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tux

A shortening of "tuxedo." The only time I've ever worn a tux was for my high school prom.
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tux

(təks)
n. a tuxedo. Rent your tux well in advance.
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Other trappings for tuxes - vests, ties, pocket squares - come in so many colors and patterns, there's no problem with prom dates being all matchy-matchy.
Masked guests in gowns and tuxes flowed into the Ritz on a chilly March night for the Asolo's "A Midwinter Night's Dream." Among the revelers: Patricia Laughlin (in a mask of white feathers and pearls she picked up in Key West), Nikki Nilon (masquerading as a man in tux, spats and mustache), and Susan Palmer, who Xeroxed her dress to make a mask that was a perfect match.