Definition of Two-piece suit
1. Noun. A business suit consisting of a matching jacket and skirt or trousers.
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Literary usage of Two-piece suit
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1. The Education of the Ne'er-do-well by William Henry Dooley (1919)
"By having a two-piece suit it is unnecessary for a woman to furnish her shirt-waist. ... The two-piece suit also enables the uniform ..."
2. Principles and Methods of Industrial Education for Use in Teacher Training by William Henry Dooley (1919)
"By having a two-piece suit it is unnecessary for a woman to furnish her ... The two-piece suit also enables the uniform department to fit each half of the ..."
3. Putnam's Magazine (1909)
"Try Cooper's. It is the Underwear of character and quality. Ma<te in Union Suits and two-piece suit* f* ati ..."
4. Postal Salaries: Hearings, Sixty-sixth Congress, First [second] Session by United States, Congress, Joint Commission on Postal Salaries (1920)
"... still another who has been able to buy only one suit in six years and that a second-hand two-piece suit that he got from a relative who went to war, ..."
5. An American Consul in Amazonia by Joseph Orton Kerbey (1911)
"To my surprise, the price for the coat alone which was \vell finished, was in English money equal to $1.50, the two piece suit was a little more than two ..."
6. Mystic Isles of the South Seas by Frederick O'Brien (1921)
"... oilskin-like, two-piece suit of the Chinese of southern China, and he had no teeth and no hair, and his eyes would not stay open. ..."
7. Roaming Through the West Indies by Harry Alverson Franck (1920)
"One of the best dressed of the pulsating collection of tatters was a powerful black fellow who strutted about in a two-piece suit fashioned from unbleached ..."