ski-suit

ski-suit

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ski suit

n
(Skiing) a warm padded suit covering the whole body, used when skiing
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More accurately, his late father Kim il Sung is "God", Elvis is the son and his youngest is the "holy ghost" waiting to take over when the dicator shuffles off the earthly ski-suit.
Looking around, there isn't a set of snow boots, skis or a pink all-in-one ski-suit in sight.
Saying that, I would rather walk to the store than risk having to wear the children's M&S ski-suit (aged 14-16) that I bought in the same type of last minute panic eight years ago.
Depart Gatwick on Dec 6 for a four-night, full-board stay from pounds 705pp including return flights, transfers, ski-suit hire and books.
You may end up with a hot chocolate coloured ski-suit.
THE man in the grey ski-suit cuts an unlikely figure down the Italian ski slope.
Despite being kitted out in a professional-looking bright red ski-suit (borrowed from a friend) I'm certainly not Winter Olympics material.
FREE "sniffle stations" - tissue-dispensers - are very handy when you're waiting to get on a chairlift and your own hankie is buried deep in your ski-suit.
Harry preferred an all-black ski-suit, over a red fleece, and worn with a baseball-style hat from his skiing holiday last year at Whistler, in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Harry preferred a fashionable all-black ski-suit, over a bright red fleece, and worn with a black baseball-style hat.
Fans of Irish 007 Pierce Brosnan, 52, could take home his ski-suit worn in The World Is Not Enough or the spy's black combat jacket from Goldeneye.
William looked embarrassed while Harry played up to the cameras as he mischievously pulled at his father's grey ski-suit.