A knitted garment, such as a sweater or jacket, that opens down the full length of the front.(noun)
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Use "cardigan" in a sentence
"I just met what I call cardigan and bri nylon attitudes, 30 years out of date."
"He in cardigan and tie, she in sleeveless, pleated dress, they evoked not Al and Peggy Bundy but Rob and Laura Petrie."
"The cardigan is perfect for tiredness and cider-on-Sunday."