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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuspendersus‧pend‧er /səˈspendə $ -ər/ noun  1 [countable usually plural] British English a part of a piece of women’s underwear that hangs down and can be attached to stockings to hold them up syn garter American English2 suspenders
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suspenderShe was holding a suspender in each hand like she had a skipping rope.I get flagged at the windy summit up here by a man wearing a shirt and suspenders.On the left sat five ministers, including the one in the crimson suspenders.I had taken the opportunity to break out a pair of bright red suspenders with large gold dollar signs running down them.When I visit Weiser he is wearing a loud yellow shirt flanked by red suspenders.Look at that black eye make-up and the suspenders.
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