Did you perchance mean redshirt?
- n. Alternative form of T-shirt.
“There appeared to be a perpetual blank look to her face, and she was still in the torn jeans and white teeshirt she'd worn that afternoon, but she nodded her head.”
“Trish sat up slowly, languidly pulling down the teeshirt which had ridden up to her breasts.”
“And at the end of the day an ironing board chest that allows me to run up and down the stairs in just a teeshirt with both hands free for carrying washing – instead of boobs.”
“She WAS hauled off for simply wearing a teeshirt opposing the war where Bush showed up.”
“Afrobabe at a glance is a casual smart person, the type you meet on braids and jeans and teeshirt or on corporate attire.”
“Let me tell you about Holstee, a teeshirt company started by two brothers, Mike and Dave Radparvar, in their mid twenties.”
“But they didn't just think about pockets on teeshirts, they thought about how to make this the best damn teeshirt company in the world, using exclusively sustainably and safely made materials.”
“I don't know if there's really one neighborhood anywhere with community bookstores and artists spaces and urban gardens and organic ice cream shops and beekeeping and local produce and revolutionary restaurants and internet teeshirt shops all on the same block.”
“They had some nutty idea about putting a pocket on the side of a teeshirt.”
“But if you just think about the old Main Street USA, you think of dry cleaners and teeshirt shops, and probably think 'how boring is that?”
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