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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
sashsash /sæʃ/ noun [countable]  1 DCCa long piece of cloth that you wear around your waist like a belt2 DCCa long piece of cloth that you wear over one shoulder and across your chest
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sashHis paunch bulged over a sash.She ran a sash between her legs and waved it slow-motion through the baby spot.Both wore tiaras and sashes, which made me feel better about having put on a tie.In essence these are sash cramps without the longitudinal bar.Just look for the red sashes.She sat out on the sill to wash the windows, lowering the sash to her thighs.Blanche forced the screwdriver up into the crevice between the two halves of the sash window and heaved.Now the sun was creeping back into their lives through the sash windows.
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