décolletagenoun [ C or U ]uk /ˌdeɪ.kɒl.ɪˈtɑːʒ/ us /ˌdeɪˌkɑː.ləˈtɑːʒ/
Examples from literature
- No one can find fault with us if our trains, our décolletage, our sleeves and gloves, are not according to regulations.
- She is beautiful at night because a certain balance, dignity and grace are lent her by the décolletage and train of a dinner or ball gown.
- The beautiful and flowing sweep of the brush over those décolletages, the bare flesh glowing with voluptuous rose among the shadows of the wood!