A garment, such as a sweater, designed to be put on or taken off over the head.(noun)
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Use "slipover" in a sentence
"Move up to a baby slipover, crib blanket, and girl's bolero."
"Ruth had already noticed that she was dressed almost as she had been at their first meeting -- a slipover apron that Ruth had given her being the only new garment."
"At the heart of the fresh, modern range from the Lanark, Scotland-based company, are the stunning Sine v-neck slipover and practical Beth zip-through cardigan."