A long skirt, coat, or dress that usually extends to or just past the ankles.(noun)
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Use "maxi" in a sentence
"May 16, 2004 at 01: 12 AM good to see you lot have got over the gastro, cherie. whilst i doubt i'd cope well with either, i'm sure grumpy-maxi is better to be around than gastro-maxi. by the way, if yr marketing those socially-responsible-maintenance skills, we've got a garden over here that needs some serious work ..."
"I too am short and busty, and I usually look pregnant, my problem with the maxi is that so many of them have strappy or halter or even strapless tops, and frankly, even though Catty’s teen would probably get away with it, I don’t like showing my bra straps to all and sundry."
"Passage of blood clot larger than a lemon followed by heavy bleeding, or any bleeding heavy enough to soak a maxi pad in an hour or less"