GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. not buttoned at the neck; -- of a shirt.
- adj. of a shirt; not buttoned at the neck
“Making his first appearance on the sex charges, a grim-looking Strauss-Kahn stood slumped before a judge in a dark raincoat and open-collared shirt.”
“A tissue-thin, open-collared suede shirt with khakis is tr è s St. Tropez.”
“He had traded his morning suit and tie for an open-collared blue checkered shirt.”
“This became apparent about midway through when a dark-haired fellow in his forties wearing an open-collared shirt appeared.”
“Warren Beatty Everett Collection Warren Beatty in "Shampoo" 1975 The Look: L.A. Lothario open-collared shirts, knotted silk scarves, hip-length motorcycle and denim jackets, morning-after "black tie".”
“Next to testify: a local judge, dressed in a white, open-collared shirt and white hat, filmed against a backdrop of a freight pulling into a train yard.”
“The actor was dressed in a dark suit and open-collared shirt for a brief proceeding in a Los Angeles courtroom.”
“Shortly after 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, Mr. Strauss-Kahn, smiling in a dark blazer, open-collared blue shirt and gray slacks, was led with Ms. Sinclair by his security team into a black Mercedes Benz.”
“Wearing a suit, a tie and a shirt with cufflinks, rather than his customary dark sweater and open-collared shirt, Mr. Marchionne told the committee that Fiat's headquarters needed to have direct access to financial markets.”
“The gray-haired Mr. Nicholson, wearing black sunglasses, a plaid coat and open-collared powder-blue shirt, was accompanied by New York City Police detectives and left without commenting.”
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