from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A very thin stripe, especially on a fabric.
- n. A fabric with very thin stripes, often used for suits.
- n. A suit made of such fabric. Often used in the plural.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A very thin stripe on a fabric
- n. Such a fabric
- n. A suit made of such fabric
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fabric with very thin stripes
- n. a very thin stripe (especially a white stripe on a dark fabric)
- n. a suit made from a fabric with very thin stripes
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It was fun, too, watching power brokers in pinstripe suits avert their eyes.
A figure, immaculate in pinstripe suit and bowler hat, reclines before a bank of calculating devices - a curious mixture of early Cray mainframes and rococo, hand-carved wooden cases which look like they have been ripped from the organ gallery of a cathedral.
In this corner, in pinstripe trunks, the Noo Yawk Yankees.
The rule doesn't state how wide the line has to be though, and so I bet it is a "pinstripe" line that is really only able to be seen by the players on the court.
He is wearing a scarf, a black-and-white pinstripe cardigan, and small, oval Dolce & Gabbana glasses, and he looks tired.
Now, he is a businessman who wears pinstripe suits, trying to bring a China-backed economic zone for Zimbabwe.
The new kit embraces design features including a pinstripe in the shirt and a polo collar inspired by the shirts worn by the all-conquering side of the 1930s.
Mr. Lawrence appeared before the court in a black pinstripe suit from Ermenegildo Zegna; with a black tie from Hugo Boss.
Mr. Feinstein wore a navy-blue pinstripe suit, from Brooks Brothers; the tie was also from Brooks.
Instead of a random drop-by, the prince (white beard, unruly eyebrows, bespoke pinstripe suit) spent the entire morning touring classrooms and chatting with the 300 international students about a weather project ("Some clouds are very dangerous," he noted, "these can be really nasty"), their artwork ("You know something. . . it has a passing resemblance to my dog"), and otherwise giving the entire program a royal pat of approval.
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