Articles of dress; wearing apparel; garments.(noun-plural)
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Use "clothes" in a sentence
"Dressed as I was in the mollah bashis clothes, my first care was to make such alterations in them that they should not hold me up to suspicion, and this I did for a trifling expense at an old clothes shop, although, at the same time, I took care not to part with any of the valuable articles which had fallen into my possession."
"There was a lawn tennis court and eleven indoor staff, there was fishing and shooting, and adventures for the children, with tree houses and charades; a family orchestra and dressing up in clothes from the huge dressing-up cupboard on wet days."
"As I said, all the knowledge I had about what message to give with the clothes is here invalid."