Definition of


  1. (noun, artifact) military uniform worn by military personnel when doing menial labor

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Alternate forms of Fatigues

Hypernyms: military uniform

Origin of the word Fatigues

  1. "extra duties of a soldier," 1776, from fatigue. As a military clothing outfit, from 1836, short for fatigue dress (1833). more

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Words that sound like Fatigues

faddish, fatigue, fatso, fattish, fatty tissue, fatuous, fdic, fetch, fetich, fetish, fetishize, fetus, fifties, fifty-six, fitch, foetus, food cache, footage, fots, ftc, fudge, fudge sauce

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