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  • adj. Dressed in a jersey.


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jersey +‎ -ed


  • Le Mierre and scrutinized painfully the girl who laid her hand on the "jerseyed" arm of the master.

    Where Deep Seas Moan

  • The 80,634 at the stadium—blue jerseyed and cheesehead-wearing alike—stood staring at the field afterwards, almost as if they were unsure if they should file toward the exits.

    Giants Take Perfect Pack to the Brink

  • Yesterday when I left work I saw one of the yellow-jerseyed Tri-Met folks announcing to folks exiting Big Pink on 5th that there is a stop on Burnside and listing those bus lines.

    The railroading continues (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The ruler of this rainbow streaking through the French countryside is the yellow-jerseyed race leader, who's introduced every morning to a crescendo of applause by fans.

    When the Middle of the Pack Is Good

  • A green-jerseyed defender closes in on him his brute momentum unleashed like a kamikaze pilot swooping into enemy orbit, his lunging body makes Dali cut the other way.

    The Birth of Girma Dali

  • The athleticism and creativity of African teams have led to comparisons with the yellow-jerseyed men across the Atlantic.

    Assertive Brazil Pounds Ivory Coast

  • Now that baseball season is in full swing, I often look down from the raised highway onto a sea of red jerseyed fans.

    Dr. R. Keith Sawyer: Is Baseball Really A Team Sport?

  • But the orange-jerseyed Dutch, backed by the best fans of the Olympics, were best over the long, 16-day haul. - Several 'dream teams' dominate Torino Games

  • The darkness was more bearable to Bobbie now that her hand was held in the large rough hand of the red-jerseyed sufferer; and he, holding her little smooth hot paw, was surprised to find that he did not mind it so much as he expected.

    The Railway Children

  • “Oh,” said Phyllis, “if the red-jerseyed one was in the way of the train!”

    The Railway Children


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