tuxedo

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From Tuxedo Park, New York, USA, where the fashion is often said to have originated, the village in turn likely from an Eastern Algonquian language (Munsee), from Lenape, tucsedo or p'tuxseepu, ("crooked water" or "crooked river")

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Three men in tuxedos

tuxedo (plural tuxedos or tuxedoes)

  1. A typically black formal jacket worn by men.
  2. The entire suit complementing and including this jacket.

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tuxedo m (plural tuxedos)

  1. tuxedo