GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Able to be attached (to clothing) by applying pressure and heat, as with a hand iron; -- of cloth items specially made with a glue that is softened by heat; -- used especially of patches to clothing or accessories to clothing, such as replacement pockets.
“Fun accessories like vintage lunchboxes, iron-on logos for tee-shirts, and gear inspired stuffs could also be purchased online.”
“The company set up a website that allowed viewers to create custom Napoleon Dynamite iron-on transfers to make each Napoleon Dynamite t-shirt a personalized work of art.”
“LITTLE now BIG BROTHER iron-on shirt decal transfer NEW”
“We waded through this cesspool of iron-on decals and sticker kits to the darkest depths of angsty preteen obsession to dig out the most unsettling Twilight-themed items up for grabs.”
“Download our free Moby iron-on to create fun t-shirts to get into the spirit of Physical Fitness Month.”
“Print out the iron-on using any inkjet t-shirt transfer printer paper, like this one.”
“Usually these are plain hanging, tie back curtains in a size that can be altered to fit your windows with an iron-on hemming strip.”
“I pick out a spool of thread to match the fabric in my bag and you spot some funny iron-on patches to cover the hole in your kid's britches.”
“There's something about Montauk, especially in August, that makes you feel wistful and nostalgic: for really good red licorice laces and salt-water taffy; for a time when beach stores sold make-your-own iron-on shirts featuring characters like the Thundercats; for hue-changing Hypercolor clothing; for places without cellphone service; for the beginning of June; and most of all, for your youth.”
“Next to her was a Clorox bottle, label worn like a vintage iron-on.”
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