Synonyms for Trimmings:


appetiser, course, entree, appetizer, crudites, dessert, accompaniment, cheeseboard, antipasto, aperitif. cord, flounce, accessorise, corsage, frill, marabou, beading, fan, binding, braid. landfill, ruin, e-waste, litter, trash, waste, debris, remains, garbage, junk. artifact (noun)
clothing (plural) (noun)
camisoles, jumpers, smoking jackets, frocks, suits, shoes, vestures, brassieres, crinolines, blazers, fedoras, chemises, parkas, nightgowns, mackintoshes, Boots, burnooses, berets, outfits, bathrobes, t-shirts, jackets, evening gowns, stockings, pants, slacks, pillboxes, pull-overs, wraps, smocks, bonnets, blue jeans, sarongs, saris, Stetsons, skirts, Doublets, panties, sweaters, furs, garbs, vestments, turtle-necks, topcoats, capes, apparels, pyjamas, shirts, bowlers, Scarves, Afghans, duds, headdresses, wrappers, ensembles, garments, trousers, pajamas, tunics, Ponchos, kimonos, dressing gowns, caftans, petticoats, hats, Jerseys, windbreakers, costumes, cloaks, sports coats, coats, raincoats, gowns, halters, pea coats, dinner jackets, shorts, sweat shirts, v-necks, tuxedoes, trench coats, blouses, housecoats, dresses, corsets, robes, overcoats, sweat suits, greatcoats, pinafores, slickers, kilts, Habits, shawls.
components (noun)
trimming (noun)
braid, frill, flounce.
trimmings (noun)

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Other relevant words:
course, trash, appetiser, fixings, crudites, entree, appetizer, debris, marabou, cheeseboard, corsage, remains, garbage, junk, cord, litter, accessorise, waste, beading, fan, braid, frill, dessert, e-waste, flounce, antipasto, aperitif, binding, accompaniment, landfill, ruin.

Usage examples for trimmings

  1. No, not white, but that pale, very pale, rose- colored silk with all the little trimmings and flounces. – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade
  2. Now, under its covering of heavy canvas, none of its gaudy trimmings were to be seen. – The-Circus-Boys-Across-the-Continent-or-Winning-New-Laurels-on-the-Tanbark by Darlington, Edgar B. P.
  3. She saw, and she blushed to see, that if, in contrast with some of its old aspects, life now affected her as a dress successfully " done up," this was exactly by reason of the trimmings and lace, was a matter of ribbons and silk and velvet. – The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2 by Henry James