- n. Plural form of sweater.
“Bundled up in sweaters and coats as kids, my sister and I would waste the afternoon running between saplings and tasting every new kind of fruit we came across.”
“A serial killer who loves his little dog, who maybe dresses it in sweaters to keep it from getting cold in the winter months.”
“Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 21 weeks 3 days ago they should have had animal control round em up and kill them, animal activists should know puttin sweaters on dogs doesnt stop them from going wild and atackinng once they go rabid and run away”
“We hiked, we lounged around and read, we went to the coast and spent the day in sweaters on the beach – probably my favorite combination of all time.”
“The animals are bundled up in sweaters and blankets.”
“(Chicago) Women are making new sweaters from the old ones, washing the wool and resewing the new garment.”
“The natives of this sprawling city scurried about in sweaters and merchants brought out inventories of parkas while we paraded about in sandals and shorts.”
“In England we called sweaters, jumpers, but I learned that when someone asked me for the jumpers, they were really asking where the pinafore dresses were.”
“They use the Fibonacci sequence for planning out striping patterns in sweaters, socks, etc., because the sequence is more pleasing to the eye than other sequences.”
“Knitting sweaters is fun, I agree, but the wool is too expensive in my country making it cheaper to buy.”
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