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- n. Plural form of stripe.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stripe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service
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I never will forget long as I live, a hickory stripe -- (that's what they called stripes in them days) -- dress they made me, it had brass buttons at the wrist bands.
I've learned to appreciate the idea of peeling asparagus, some times in 'stripes'.
The men in stripes worked a shorter day than I at my machine.
Blue star of fighting anus leak blood into thin stripes down white legs.
The Palmeiras away green socks without three adidas stripes is completed with the words "SEP" (Sociedade Esportivo Palmeiras) and the adidas logo in yellow green.
Hi, at the home jersey the red part arround the yellow stripes is now blue like the rest of the sleeve. greetings
You know if he were a conservative republican his fellow Obamacrats would be foaming at the mouth to see him in stripes!
Powell, in stripes and handcuffed, being arraigned?
When conferences are put together, especially in the picking of Guests of Honor, the willingness to mingle with attendees of all stripes is a prime consideration.
I like all of them, don't get me wrong, but the stripes is particularly funky.
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