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Dinner-jacket suit

men's formal s. for evening wear, which is composed of a d. j. jacket, d. j. trousers and a d. j. waistcoat. The d. j. s. is commonly in black, but it is also produced in other colours. (The white summer d. j. s. is also popular.) The d. j. s. first became fashionable in England at the end of the 19th century.



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