blousy

blousy

(ˈblaʊzɪ)
adj, blousier or blousiest
like a blouse
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He insisted on taking Philip into a room on the first floor, where a man in shirt sleeves, a blousy woman, and three children were having their Sunday dinner.
And romantic, blousy blooms may become less popular if they can't survive extreme weather, she predicts.
Their blousy blooms, in shades from deep red to white and everything in-between, add a touch of glamour to borders and, if you can bear it, you can cut them and bring them indoors.
WHILE everything else in the garden is fading, the blousy blooms of dahlias are still going strong.
In a depression-gripped New York of 1933, an orphanage is terrorised by gin-swilling blousy Miss Hannigan, in the form of Miranda Hart, making her West End debut.
In depression-gripped New York of 1933 none has it harder than orphans terrorised by gin-swilling, blousy Miss Hannigan - Miranda Hart.
Hot, arid weather calls for cool, blousy tops that can breathe easily (rayon, linen and cotton) and comfortable shorts or a skirt.
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She showed the thin belt she wore with it, her own fashion statement to make it blousy rather than straight.
Yet now there are so many different types, from our native daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, to varieties perfect for outside containers like Jack Snipe, which has white, long-lasting flowers with yellow trumpet and the blousy Bridal Crown, which looks great with dark wallflowers.
Plus there was the occasional fitted, high-waisted pant with flared bottom paired with a blousy top.