dress shirt

NOUN
  1. a man's white shirt (with a starch front) for evening wear (usually with a tuxedo)
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How To Use dress shirt In A Sentence

  • Behind it stood a tall, middle aged male in a jet black suit, jet black dress shirt and gray tie.
  • He was wearing a pair of dark navy blue denim jeans, and a grey dress shirt that exactly matched the stormy shade of his eyes.
  • The kid was scrawny and tall with a necktie way too small and a short-sleeved dress shirt that was way too big.
  • Nodding, Derek dragged on his dress shirt and was hunting for the missing studs when Jordan Colby arrived.
  • The piece presents a sect of 11 men and women, brilliantly clad alike by in white dress shirts, striped ties, and suspendered knickers.
  • He'd always wear undershirts under his dress shirts, and cuff links in his French sleeves.
  • I dressed business casual with slacks, dress shoes and a dress shirt.
  • I don't know, but, in my humble opinion, it sure looks slicker to keep one or two buttons undone when wearing a dress shirt without a tie.
  • He had on a navy suit coat and white dress shirt, which usually would have gone with navy or dark-blue tie.
  • She wore a humble white dress shirt and a white skirt, and carried herself with meekness and humility.
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