shirt

[ US /ˈʃɝt/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈɜːt/ ]
VERB
  1. put a shirt on
NOUN
  1. a garment worn on the upper half of the body
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How To Use shirt In A Sentence

  • Jeff, clad in board trunks and a T-shirt, leans back in his chair with the lappie on his, uhhh, lap, and his bare feet up on the desk. Savages
  • He fled wearing only a sarong and a tattered shirt.
  • He was clean-shaven, in his early 30s and wearing a dark blue t-shirt.
  • He wears tee shirts and a designer stubble and is always two steps ahead of himself.
  • Tweed sports jackets are all the rage, and the best part is that you don't need to worry about matching patterns when it comes to blazers and button-down shirts.
  • A lot of the wrinklies, in fact, come along with holes in their shirts and jerseys.
  • I'm worried about washing that shirt in case it shrinks.
  • During the search police seized a blue sweatshirt and a pair of jeans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Slicked-back hair, a bushy Italian mustache, sleeveless Iggy Pop T-shirt, cut to show his shoulder tats - "wham" across the left, "pow" on the right. Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines
  • She was wearing a neat green shirtwaister and lace-up walking shoes. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
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