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bodice
used in Throne of Glass

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Definition
part of a dress above the waist

or more archaically:  a type of women's underwear worn above the waste
  • The indigo bodice was bordered with a thin line of gold, and an ice-white cape hung from her shoulders.
    p. 45.8
  • The red skirts were the size of a tent, and her bodice was so tightly bound that Celaena wondered if her waist were any more than sixteen inches.
    p. 59.3
  • A red sash covered the waist, forming an inverted peak that separated the bodice from the explosion of skirts beneath.
    p. 61.3
  • Tucked inside her bodice was the small makeshift hairpin dagger, though it poked mercilessly at her chest.
    p. 61.6
  • It was not pure white, but rather a grayish offset, and its wide skirts and bodice were encrusted with thousands of minuscule crystals that reminded Celaena of the surface of the sea.
    p. 285.3
  • Swirls of silk thread on the bodice made rose-like designs that could have passed for a work by any master painter.
    p. 285.3
  • The clock struck nine, and Philippa glanced toward the doorway, giving Celaena the opportunity to slip her makeshift knife down her bodice without being noticed.
    p. 285.9
  • Tucked into her bodice, the makeshift knife poked her skin.
    p. 287.5
  • The makeshift knife in her bodice felt like a dead weight.
    p. 291.9
  • Celaena kept her hands pressed against the maroon bodice, trying not to wring them.
    p. 401.7

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