weskit
noun Etymology: alteration of waistcoat Date: 1849 vest 2a

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  • weskit — [wes′kit] n. [< WAISTCOAT] a vest or waistcoat …   English World dictionary

  • weskit — noun waistcoat A thin man in a leather weskit …   Wiktionary

  • weskit — /wes kit/, n. a vest or waistcoat. [1855 60; phoneticized sp. of WAISTCOAT] * * * …   Universalium

  • weskit — Gullah Words waistcoat, waistcoats …   English dialects glossary

  • weskit — n. vest, waistcoat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • weskit — wes·kit …   English syllables

  • weskit — wes•kit [[t]ˈwɛs kɪt[/t]] n. clo a vest or waistcoat • Etymology: 1855–60; phoneticized sp. of waistcoat …   From formal English to slang

  • weskit — /ˈwɛskət/ (say weskuht) noun → waistcoat …   Australian English dictionary

  • weskit — ˈweskə̇t, usu ə̇d.+V noun ( s) Etymology: alteration of waistcoat : vest 2a, 2b * * * /wes kit/, n. a vest or waistcoat. [1855 60; phoneticized sp. of WAISTCOAT] …   Useful english dictionary

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