t-shirt

IPA: tˈisɝt

Root Word: T-shirt

noun

  • A lightweight shirt without buttons, usually with short sleeves and no collar. Often made of cotton and frequently bears a picture or slogan.
  • (dated) An undershirt.
  • Alternative spelling of T-shirt [A lightweight shirt without buttons, usually with short sleeves and no collar. Often made of cotton and frequently bears a picture or slogan.]

Examples of "tshirt" in Sentences

    Examples of "t-shirt" in Sentences

    • The house, in a press release, said the collection was an extension of the idea of t-shirt dressing.
    • Can't go fishing with Peter Matthiessen wearing frayed cut-offs and an old Butthole Surfers t-shirt.
    • Indeed, the house, in a press release, said the collection was an extension of the idea of t-shirt dressing.
    • The only downfall is that many 30. 30s have hard plastic or metal butt plates that can bite the shoulder if he is practicing with only a t-shirt on.
    • Hewens said so-called t-shirt agents - or "repatriots" as he also calls them - will never take a t-shirt off someone's back, but only buy them in markets.

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