Definition of 'low-cut'
Example sentences containing 'low-cut'
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One of them had been asked to wear a low-cut top. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She looked stunning in a short skirt and low-cut top. The Sun (2009)She dresses in short skirts and low-cut tops. The Sun (2011)But what is it with blokes and these low-cut tops? The Sun (2013)Sheer panels also made low-cut dresses appear suspended on the skin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And she causes quite a reaction when she walks into a club wearing a low-cut white top for her opening scene. The Sun (2012)I think there must be a dress code which is about wearing low-cut tops. The Sun (2010)Don't wear a low-cut frock or a miniskirt. The Sun (2013)The mum wears low-cut tops but speaks with an inexplicably oldfashioned accent, for example. The Sun (2008)She's flamboyant and likes wearing low-cut tops. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We remember how she chose to address the Commons in a low-cut top. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Go for this season's acid brights under a low-cut top. The Sun (2007)I rarely wear low-cut tops. The Sun (2013)
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