armscye [ ahrm-sahy, -zahy ]
1. (especially in tailoring and dressmaking) the armhole opening in a garment through which the hand, and then the arm, passes, and to which a sleeve may be attached.
Also arms·eye [ahrmz-ahy].
Origin: First recorded in 1920–25; arm + scye “armhole” (originally Scots, Ulster dialect s(e)y, sie, of uncertain origin); reanalyzed by folk etymology as “arm's eye”
HOW TO USE ARMSCYE IN A SENTENCE
Fold and join under the arms, making the armscye of desired size.
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