Definitions for trousseauˈtru soʊ, truˈsoʊ; -soʊz, -ˈsoʊz
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
trous•seauˈtru soʊ, truˈsoʊ; -soʊz, -ˈsoʊz(n.)(pl.)-seaux; -seaus.
an outfit of clothing, household linen, etc., for a bride.
Origin of trousseau:
1175–1225; < F; MF troussel=trousse parcel, bundle (of straw, etc.), n. der. of tro(u)sser to fasten (see truss ) +-el dim. suffix (see -elle )
the personal outfit of a bride; clothes and accessories and linens
The clothes and linen etc. that a bride collects for her wedding and married life.
Origin: From trousseau, diminutive of trousse ‘bundle’.
the collective lighter equipments or outfit of a bride, including clothes, jewelry, and the like; especially, that which is provided for her by her family
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