T-shirt

[ US /ˈtiˌsɝt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a close-fitting pullover shirt
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How To Use T-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 was clean-shaven, in his early 30s and wearing a dark blue t-shirt.
  • 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
  • Officers had been shown a dirty white T-shirt which he said he had worn on the day his girlfriend vanished.
  • Using a T-shirt and an A-line skirt as guides, make paper patterns.
  • He was wearing a black t-shirt with some band's name on the front, and black sweatbands on his wrists.
  • I'm in my running shorts and my T-shirt, and I'm barefooted.
  • But I see a man wearing the same short pants and T-shirt for almost thirty days and I wonder that, why not change?
  • He wears skin-tight, stone-washed capri jeans, a tight white T-shirt and ice blue Air Jordans. After the brawl: "It's like an addiction to come down here."
  • To tap into the latest in lowbrow zeitgeist, I just walk down Vermont Avenue here in LA, past the front window of crazy t-shirt store Y-Que (say "ee-kay," means "so what" in Spanish). Boing Boing: March 28, 2004 - April 3, 2004 Archives
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