A tight-fitting one-piece garment for women usually made of leather or a synthetic fabric such as spandex and covering the torso, legs, and sometimes the arms.(noun)
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Use "catsuit" in a sentence
"But Williams — who wore a short, skintight black outfit she called her "catsuit" — smacked a runaround forehand winner to erase the threat."
"Although having said that it hasn't escaped my attention that the first lady of modern popular culture, Lady Gaga, appeared in a see-through leopard‑print catsuit last month, only eight and a half years after Theresa May's similarly decorated if thankfully less transparent sartorial selection at the 2002 Conservative Party Conference, so maybe this really is changing."
"At 17 Britney was doing baby one more time in a mid riff and oops in her red catsuit and people were raising eyebrows over that Plus, the timing is bad."