boilersuit


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boilersuit

(ˈbɔɪləˌsuːt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit a one-piece work garment consisting of overalls and a shirt top usually worn over ordinary clothes to protect them
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Noun1.boilersuit - a loose protective coverall or smock worn over ordinary clothing for dirty work
coverall - a loose-fitting protective garment that is worn over other clothing
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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BLAZER, PS59.99, MANGO; BOILERSUIT, PS49, TOPSHOP; SANDALS, PS68, DUNE LONDON Boiler suits are everywhere this season.
Wallis khaki boilersuit, PS48 (was PS60); black heeled sandals, PS37.80 (were PS42) aki er eeled
Monsoon Jane utility boilersuit, PS60 HE utility trend is huge this spring and no garment epitomises the look better than a boiler suit.
1 Oasis Utility Boiler Suit, PS55; Tie Leopard Sandals, PS25 2 George at Asda Boiler Suit, PS20 3 Dorothy Perkins Khaki Short Sleeve Boilersuit, PS32 (was PS40) 4 V by Very Button Through Jumpsuit, PS48 5 Boohoo Pink Utility Denim Boiler Suit, PS26.60 (was PS35) 6 Miss Selfridge Multi Colour Cheetah Boiler Suit, PS49 7 Monsoon Jane Utility Boilersuit, PS60
Louise wears size 16 boilersuit: Boilersuit, PS34.99, New Look; bag, PS39.50, M&S Collection; mules, PS12, Primark
A boilersuit is a loose-fitting garment covering the whole body except for the head, hands and feet.
A classic blazer and oversized boilersuit are work-ready in an effortless way, best worn with "don't-care hair." Tie-front striped skirts, raffia bags and easy chic parkas provide the kind of off-duty insouciance that speaks of seaside living on the continent.
And police revealed orange fibres - possibly off a boilersuit - were on her body when her father found her in Exeter.
No other British politician, even during the war, wore the kind of zipped-up boilersuit Churchill adopted.
Available as a Jacket, Salopettes (High Rise Trousers) or Boilersuit they come with heavy duty breathable outer fabric and low loft insulation, giving maximum protection for minimum bulk, and allowing greater flexibility to the workforce.
It is believed the man, who was wearing a red boilersuit with Bonstrom on the back and black boots but no life jacket, fell from the Swedish Bro Joinville cargo ship four miles from Breaksea Point, Vale of Glamorgan, at about 1pm on Tuesday.