shirtfront

NOUN
  1. the front of a shirt (usually the part not covered by a jacket)
    he had spilled catsup on his shirtfront
  2. a man's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the front of a shirt
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How To Use shirtfront In A Sentence

  • The Prime Minister was shirtfronted by a highly agitated and aggressive support clerk, who appeared to be engaged in a dispute with a colleague
  • he had spilled catsup on his shirtfront
  • Wade fished a pack of cigarettes from his shirtfront pocket and walked to the counter. The Electric Laundromat « A Fly in Amber
  • Staging it in England at any time of year is therefore probably a bad idea, and while the romantic call of Lord's is loud, if the sun comes out there the pitch can be a shirtfront—bland, true, predictable, with little in the way of dangerous bounce or movement. How to Save Test Cricket
  • Goddard went on Twitter to praise the shirtfront that Kelly laid on him during Friday night's win to the Cats.
  • Her small breasts glided along his shirtfront, her thighs touched at his. Power Ballad (Revised)
  • He hit world headlines after threatening to "shirtfront" the Russian president but has since toned down his language.
  • The team's best tagger, Ray Bartholomew, was shirtfronted by Spaanderman early in the game.
  • She finished with his shirt collar, turned Bauman around to face her, and patted his shirtfront once more. STONE CITY
  • He loaded them into Carey's shirtfront, filling it like a sack.
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