Associations to the word «Clothes»

Pictures for the word «Clothes»


CLOTHES, noun. (plural only) Items of clothing; apparel.
CLOTHES, noun. (obsolete) plural of cloth.
CLOTHES, noun. The covering of a bed; bedclothes.
CLOTHES, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clothe
CLOTHES BRUSH, noun. Alternative form of clothesbrush
CLOTHES BRUSHES, noun. Plural of clothes brush
CLOTHES HANGER, noun. A coat hanger.
CLOTHES HANGERS, noun. Plural of clothes hanger
CLOTHES LINE, noun. (UK) (NZ) A cord or wire for hanging washing to dry; a device for the same purpose comprising several such cords or wires and a framework supporting them.
CLOTHES LINES, noun. Plural of clothes line
CLOTHES MAIDEN, noun. A rack for drying clothes.
CLOTHES MOTH, noun. An insect of the family Tineidae, feeding on textiles.
CLOTHES PEG, noun. (British) (NZ) An object (usually made of wood) used to attach wet laundry to a clothesline so that it (the laundry) can dry.
CLOTHES PEGS, noun. Plural of clothes peg
CLOTHES SHOP, noun. A shop that sells clothes.
CLOTHES SHOPS, noun. Plural of clothes shop
CLOTHES TREE, noun. A pole with pegs for temporary storage of clothing.
CLOTHES TREES, noun. Plural of clothes tree
CLOTHES VALET, noun. An item of furniture on which clothes may be hung

Dictionary definition

CLOTHES, noun. Clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress".

Wise words

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