Definitions for "Gusset"
A small piece of cloth inserted in a garment, for the purpose of strengthening some part or giving it a tapering enlargement.
Anything resembling a gusset in a garment
A small piece of chain mail at the openings of the joints beneath the arms.
The inwardly folded portion of a flexible package, usually a bag or sack.
a folded or pleated inset area at the bottom or sides of a bag
an insert of material (side panels) added for extra strength and expansion
an insert of extra fabric to allow for greater freedom of movement. A gusseted inseam can make the difference between striding across a creek and soaking your approach shoes.
A section of leather or elastic inserted in the tongue or as a sidepiece to give additional room when the foot is being placed in the shoe.
An insert of extra fabric to allow for greater storage or organizational options.
A side ÒwallÓ along the perimeter of a comforter or pillow
In home sewing, a strip of fabric inserted between two panels to provide flexibility; the gusset creates a boxlike side edge between the front and back of the pillow.
Keywords:  paperbag, tuck, sack, blown, familiar
A tuck placed in each side of tube of blown tubing as produced to provide a convenient square or rectangular package, similar to that of the familiar brown paperbag or sack, in subsequent packaging.
Refers to mattress depth.
Gusset refers to the depth of a top mattress and is helpful when measuring for linens.
An abatement or mark of dishonor in a coat of arms, resembling a gusset.
Keywords:  shirt, enforcement, bottom, front, back
The re-enforcement at the bottom of the shirt between the front and back.
Keywords:  valley, hip, wide, small, areas
Small hip to valley areas under 900mm wide.