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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
armscye or armseye
noun: An opening in a garment for attaching a sleeve; an armhole.
From arm, from Old English earm + scye (armhole), from Scottish, reanalyzed as arm's eye.
"The sleeve is not attached around the entire armseye."
Susan Khalje; Bridal Couture; 1997.
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