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Use "garments" in a sentence
"What tickles me more than anything is my new flying garments -- not clothes but _garments_, by heck!"
"It may be that the industry has reached a leveling-off point at which improvements in garments are so incremental that they're not worth the added cost, unless one is willing to drift into the realm of couture or the world of Chado Ralph Rucci where even a cotton poplin dress can set one back several thousand dollars -- but looks like it's worth a million bucks."
"His skin garments were dirty and in tatters, and the fur of one side was singed and burned away, showing where he had lain upon his fire."