Definition of Tights. Meaning of Tights. Synonyms of Tights

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Definition of Tights

Tights
Tights Tights, n. pl. Close-fitting garments, especially for the lower part of the body and the legs.
Tight
Tight Tight, obs. p. p. of Tie. --Spenser.
Tight
Tight Tight, v. t. To tighten. [Obs.]

Meaning of Tights from wikipedia

- Tights are a kind of cloth garment, most often sheathing the body from the waist to the toe tips with a tight fit, hence the name. They come in absolute...
- Robin Hood: Men in Tights is a 1993 American adventure comedy film and a parody of the Robin Hood story. The film was produced and directed by Mel Brooks...
- Pantyhose, called sheer tights, or tights in the United Kingdom and a few other countries, are close-****ing legwear covering the wearer's body from the...
- Miru Tights (****anese: みるタイツ, Hepburn: Miru Taitsu, transl. "Watch Tights") is a short-episode original net anime series by Yokohama Animation Laboratory...
- The Tights are an English punk rock band from Worcester. The band's only two singles were released by the Cherry Red Records label: "Bad Hearts" / "It"...
- Men in tights can refer to: Pantyhose for men, hosiery worn by men Robin Hood: Men in Tights, a 1993 American adventure comedy film This disambiguation...
- Withering Tights is the first in a series of books written by Louise Rennison called The Misadventures Of Tallulah Casey. The books are published Harper...
- diamond-shaped knit; it is most often used as a material for stockings, tights, gloves or bodystockings. Fishnet is available in a multitude of colors...
- tights are tights with individual toes, in the same way toe socks are socks with individual toes. They are ****an-exclusive novelty items. Toe Tights:...
- The Girl in Pink Tights is a musical comedy with music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Leo Robin; and a musical book by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields...