A set of clothing and bedding for a newborn child.(noun)
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Use "layette" in a sentence
"Sometimes the layette is the only gift the women receive."
"Each infant receives a layette, which is hand-assembled by executive director and founder"
"I accepted my fear, my ignorance, my anxieties - indicated by the fact that I did not know what the term "layette" meant."