from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A garment, such as a sweater, designed to be put on or taken off over the head.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. slip-on
- n. Any garment that it easy to put on; especially a dress or top.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sweater that is put on by pulling it over the head
Move up to a baby slipover, crib blanket, and girl's bolero.
Ruth had already noticed that she was dressed almost as she had been at their first meeting -- a slipover apron that Ruth had given her being the only new garment.
At the heart of the fresh, modern range from the Lanark, Scotland-based company, are the stunning Sine v-neck slipover and practical Beth zip-through cardigan.
Key products in the Spring / Summer '08 range from the Lanark, Scotland-based company, are the stylish Jedburgh v-neck slipover and practical Glasgow zip-neck slipover, both ideal for layering.
The Lanark, Scotland-based company's long-sleeved Machrie and sleeveless slipover Arklow are both manufactured from 100 per cent Superior American Pima Cotton which boasts extra long fibres, to create a softer, finer fabric.
Can someone tell me where I can find short-sleeved slipover summer polo shirts with three buttons down from the neck and a left side pocket?
The box presentation of the game is nice, with a foil slipover cover and fully colored manual.
"They are terribly worried about the violence from organized crime in Mexico and slipover into the U.S."
You could argue that way now, in these hours after Tom Watson has become the new king of the sport in a kingly land; when Watson has already become the Player of the Year, not to mention the future; when he has done it in the most memorable way in the annals of golf; and when he has done it for the second time in this season to the greatest player who ever wore a slipover shirt-Jack Nicklaus.
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