Neglective

Neg*lect"ive

(?), a. Neglectful. [R.] "Neglective of their own children." Fuller.
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neg`li*ge"

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neg`li*gee"

(ng`l*zh"; F. n`gl`zh"), n.
[Also spelled neglig and neglige.]
[F. nglig, fr. ngliger to neglect, L. negligere. See Neglect.] 1. An easy, unceremonious attire; undress.
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2. A kind of loose, flowing dressing gown worn by women, usually made of sheer fabric.
Syn. -- negligee, peignoir.
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