Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Australia, a long, slender drinking-glass; also, the drink contained in such a glass.
“However, the manufacturer claims that it is effective when used along with gloves, long-sleeves and pants.”
“They're an improvement over what was available, including bleaches or wearing long-sleeves or other disguising clothes.”
“Mr. Valli and Valentino, among others, offered capes and long-sleeves to conceal arms.”
“The men are dressed in western clothes, but the women on the bikes are covered with long-sleeves, gloves and a facemask.”
“Between the two fast food places downstairs, I've shown up in short-sleeves and long-sleeves, straight hair and curly hair, explored most items on the menus for take-away and quick dine-in over the years.”
“She was wearing long-sleeves, the type that could cover bruises.”
“By now there was no doubt in my mind that long-sleeves were out.”
“The victim was described as being in his mid-thirties, dressed with dark trousers, yellow long-sleeves shirt with an underwear T-shirt.”
“If I were skulking around in the night and trying to stay hidden, I'd wear long-sleeves, or stick this one in my pocket.”
“You put on sweaters, had pullovers, long-sleeves, the whole works.”
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