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Stockings vs. Fishnet

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Stockings

A close-fitting, usually knitted covering for the foot and leg, often made of sheer fabric as nylon or silk and rising high on the leg.
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Fishnet

Netting used to catch fish.
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Stockings

A sock.
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Fishnet

In the field of textiles, fishnet is hosiery with an open, diamond-shaped knit; it is most often used as a material for stockings, tights, gloves or bodystockings. Fishnet is available in a multitude of colors, although it is most often sported in traditional matte black.
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Stockings

An elasticized garment that exerts pressure on the leg to improve blood flow and is used in the treatment of various circulatory disorders or sometimes following surgery.
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Fishnet

A mesh fabric resembling such netting.
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Stockings

A bag in the shape of a large sock that is often decorated and hung on a mantle for the deposit of Christmas presents.
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Fishnet

Fishnets Stockings made from such mesh fabric.
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Stockings

A white marking on the lower leg of a dark-colored horse, extending from the hoof to at least the hock or knee.
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Fishnet

(countable) A net used to catch fish.
The fishnets were hung over bushes to dry.
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Stockings

Plural of stocking
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Fishnet

(uncountable) A fabric with an open diamond-shaped structure; normally used for stockings etc
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Fishnet

Stockings made of fishnet fabric.
Fishnets are for catching men.
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Fishnet

A net that will enclose fish when it is pulled in
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