A woman's sleeveless undergarment, now usually worn under a sheer blouse.(noun)
A short negligee.(noun)
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Use "camisole" in a sentence
"A camisole is a woman's sleeveless often lace trimmed undergarment for the upper body, worn as under a sheer blouse."
"A camisole is a type of straitjacket; and a very convenient type it is for those who resort to such methods of restraint, for it enables them to deny the use of strait-jackets at all."
"Along with the word lingerie used in place of undergarments, other terms changed to reflect the emphasis on seduction; the shift was first called a camisole and then simply known as a “slip” by this period, drawers turning into knickers and petticoats into “frillies “."