tuxedo

Part of speech: noun

A tail less eoat for evening wear.

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Usage examples "tuxedo":

  1. " I could tell that he was very weak yet and that the trip up to Tuxedo had almost done him up. - "Guy Garrick", Arthur B. Reeve.
  2. Might she not, she suggested, take Cicely to Tuxedo or Lakewood, and thus get quite away from household cares and good works? - "The Fruit of the Tree", Edith Wharton.
  3. Ross had donned a Tuxedo and pinned a tiny, pink rose in his buttonhole. - "The Heart of Arethusa", Francis Barton Fox.