placket (n.)
petticoat, apron
WT IV.iv.243[Clown to Mopsa, of maids] Will they wear their plackets where they should bear their faces? [or: sense 2]
WT IV.iv.606[Autolycus to himself, of the crowd] you might have pinched a placket, it was senseless
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