Definitions for "Petticoat"
A loose under-garment worn by women, and covering the body below the waist.
separate skirt-like undergarment.
The outer edge of a target for which there is no score.
To dream of seeing new petticoats, denotes that pride in your belongings will make you an object of raillery among your acquaintances. To see them soiled or torn, portends that your reputation will be in great danger. If a young woman dream that she wears silken, or clean, petticoats, it denotes that she will have a doting, but manly husband. If she suddenly perceives that she has left off her petticoat in dressing, it portends much ill luck and disappointment. To see her petticoat falling from its place while she is at some gathering, or while walking, she will have trouble in retaining her lover, and other disappointments may follow.
Portion of the exhaust stack that guides exhausted steam into the stack proper. When this becomes displaced, the spent steam goes back through the flues, cutting off the draft from the fire.
The narrow painted circle bounding the white on a target and marking the limit of the scoring area.
The area of the target face outside the white ring.
downward extension of the cap to cover the top of the tower against the weather
Keywords:  easy, item
a relatively easy item to make