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tux·e·do

 (tŭk-sē′dō)
n. pl. tux·e·dos or tux·e·does
1. A dress jacket, usually black with satin or grosgrain lapels, worn for formal or semiformal occasions. Also called dinner jacket.
2. A complete outfit including this jacket, trousers usually with a silken stripe down the side, a bow tie, and often a cummerbund.

[Short for Tuxedo coat, after a country club at Tuxedo Park, a village of southeast New York.]

tux·e′doed adj.

tuxedo

(tʌkˈsiːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos
(Clothing & Fashion) the usual US and Canadian name for dinner jacket Often shortened to: tux
[C19: named after a country club in Tuxedo Park, New York]

tux•e•do

(tʌkˈsi doʊ)

n., pl. -dos.
1. Also called dinner jacket. a man's jacket for semiformal evening dress, traditionally of black or dark blue color and characteristically having satin or grosgrain facing on the lapels.
2. the complete semiformal outfit, including this jacket, dark trousers, often with silk stripes down the sides, a bow tie, and usu. a cummerbund.
[1885–90, Amer.; short for Tuxedo coat, after country club at Tuxedo Park, N.Y.]
tux•e′doed, adj.

tuxedo

A men’s dinner jacket.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tuxedo - semiformal evening dress for mentuxedo - semiformal evening dress for men  
evening clothes, evening dress, eveningwear, formalwear - attire to wear on formal occasions in the evening
Translations
smokingsmokink
smoking
smokingo
smoking
smokki
smoking
szmoking
タキシード
턱시도
smoking
ชุดทักซิโด้
áo tuxedo

tuxedo

[tʌkˈsiːdəʊ] tux [ˈtʌks] N (esp US) → smoking m, esmoquin m

tuxedo

[tʌkˈsiːdəʊ] n (US)smoking m

tuxedo

[tʌkˈsiːdəʊ] n (Am) → smoking m inv

tuxedo

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References in classic literature ?
He had removed all traces of his journey, and was attired in a Tuxedo dinner coat, a soft-fronted shirt, and a neatly arranged black tie.
The 6.8-acree gated glass house is located in historic Tuxedo Park, the nation's first gated community founded in the 1880s by tobacco heir Pierre Lorillard IV as a hunting and fishing haven for blue blood society.
While wearing a cummerbund is not obligatory, however, if you intend to wear a tuxedo without the waistcoat it is necessary that you wear a cummerbund.
The post tugged on the heartstrings of the Geordie public by including a picture of the Tuxedo Princess,one of two ships-turned-nightclubs with revolving dance floorswhich were moored by the Tyne Bridge in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
The men's tailor-made tuxedo jackets can also include specialized features and patterns like box pleated pockets, satin facing lapels, notch lapels, semi spread collars, slash or vertical pockets, cuffs with boutonniere, bold stripes, tonal stripes, tone on tone framed stripes, banker's stripes, subtle tone on tone glistening stripes, pinstripes on herringbone, and many other options.
Though they were known well in Bangalore, DRA Homes was not a very familiar real estate brand when it launched Tuxedo in Velachery (Chennai), two and half years back.
However, as the years went by, the onceglamorous Tuxedo developed a reputation as a binge-drinking den and was considered to be out of place with the regeneration of Gateshead.
Beginning in the twenties, Loomis brought to Tuxedo Park a glittering array of physicists.
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So far, the old lifeboats have been removed, along with other bits and pieces - including the old Tuxedo Royale sign.