from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nautical, a small, narrow platform which rests upon the trestle-trees of the lower mast on a square-rigged mast; a contracted top. See top, n., 9.
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She was wearing tan slacks and a pink shirt and her gun belt and half-top brown suede boots.
Having nothing better to do, I visited the strip club, where a Czech girl in an aqua skirt and matching half-top sat in my booth and explained the “menu” of services that were being offered that evening.
He greeted me in the front yard, athletic, trim, wearing pleated tan slacks, half-top, slip-on boots, and a polo shirt, his long hair so blond it was almost white, a V-shaped receded area at the part the only sign of age I could see in him.
Merlin settled then with his back against the half-top - pled wall of rough stones and looked back over the Place of the Sun.
Lindsay Lohan ditched her mini me, threw on her cutest half-top and enjoyed a night of partying last night (May 16).