basquine

basquine

(bæsˈkiːn)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a tight-fitting bodice worn by women in the Basque region and in Spain
2. (Clothing & Fashion) rare a type of petticoat
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Elise, who was in a sing-off with Cherelle Basquine, said: "I was a bit star-struck when I first met Sir Tom and after we finished the first show, he took us all to Covent Garden for a night out.
Tight, narrow bodice or "basquine," terminated in a point at the waistline.
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