Woman Clothing

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Woman Clothing

Wedding dress

– Her wedding dress was absolutely exquisite

Sweater

– The new sweater was a tight fit.

T-shirt

– $70 for a T-shirt! What a rip-off!

Sheath dress

– Sheath dresses will be worn under coats and jackets.

Dress

– I will not wear this dress if you object to it.

Gym clothes

– Susan’s gym clothes did not fit her very well.

Tank top

– A tank top is perfectly suitable for dining in a fancy restaurant.

Shorts

– She was dressed casually in shorts and a T-shirt.

Hoodie

– My sister wears her lovely hoodie every day.

Hoodie

– My sister wears her lovely hoodie every day.

Long coat

– I hate this long coat.

Uniform

– I don’t like the color of our uniform.

Coat

– I bought a coat, shoes and a new wallet.

Dress pants

– She wears a jacket and dress pants, not a robe.

Swimsuit

– She was a good swimmer in her swimsuit.

Long-sleeve top

– Emma has already bought a long-sleeve top.

Skirt

– The skirt was below fourty dollars.

Hat

– I recognized Mary by her hat.

Necklace

– My husband gave me a $ 25, 000 necklace.

Ring

– She selected a gold ring.

Earrings

She wore a pair of earrings.

Perfume

– I can smell your perfume a mile away.

Mittens

– I think I need a pair of mittens.

Sunglasses

– Her sunglasses had fallen into the pond.

Handbag

– The girl bought a nice handbag.

Bracelet

– The bracelet is very beautiful.

Purse

– The lady put her wallet in her purse.

Watch

– I check my watch.

Umbrella

– She let down her umbrella and furled it.

Scarf

– She unwound the scarf from her neck.

Slip

– This is her slip.

High-heeled shoes

– I want to have a pair of high-heeled shoes.

Flip-flops

– I don’t want to meet him in my flip – flops.

Boots

– She put on the boots.

Stockings

– She has lost a pair of stockings.

Jacket

– She’s only wearing a thin summer jacket

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use to” grammar”

use to” grammar”Don’t feel bad if you mix up use to and used to now and again—it is not an uncommon mistake. Used to is a phrase that can mean “accustomed or habituated to” or refers to something from the past that is no longer true. Use to and used to are also frequently used in English grammar as modal verb phrases.

”Use” Followed by an Infinitive
Before we get into idiomatic meanings for the phrase used to, it is worth pointing out that both use and used can correctly appear before to when to is part of the infinitive of a second verb. That sounds far more complicated than it is, so let’s go straight to some examples.

What do you use to decorate cakes and cookies?
Buttercream icing was used to frost all of today’s cakes and cookies.

In these kinds of sentences, whether you decide to write use to or used to will depend on whether the present or past tense is needed.

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