Definitions

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  • n. A shirt designed to be worn to work.

Etymologies

work +‎ shirt (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Her workshirt and jeans were spattered with paint.

    Father's day

  • "These things are not true," said Mrs. Maniscalco, holding up her son's workshirt and explaining the differences between his attire and police officer's uniform.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • His cheap workshirt, incongruously brilliant with the gold of the medals that flashed in the firelight, was open in front, showing the smooth skin and splendid swell of chest.

    CHAPTER XII

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    How will we ever stay

  • Cecil strode in, dressed in puttees and workshirt with the sleeves rolled up.

    Empire of Dreams

  • There is Anthony, with a broad smile, face smudged with axle grease, workshirt with Anthony embroidered proudly on his chest.

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • In place of his old stained workshirt and denim bell-bottoms, he dresses in smart suits tailored to flatter his barrel of a body.

    'The Most Popular Politician on Earth'

  • For these, Lish insisted that Ray squeeze himself into an old workshirt of his, “à la Leonard Gardner.”

    Raymond Carver

  • He shed the sweaty workshirt for handsome tailored suits and went beyond the factory gates to seek support in the front offices and board rooms of Brazil.

    Lula's Long Road

  • The other spots we ran during the campaign would consistently reinforce this narrative with a single memorable image of Edwards in a blue workshirt in front of the water tower in Robbins.

    No Excuses

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