from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pullover sport shirt of knitted cotton.
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- n. A casual top with buttons and a protruding collar.
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- n. a shirt with short sleeves designed for comfort and casual wear
He wore a faded polo shirt with a small logo and washed chino pants.
Another first-person account: a couple of years ago I was about to take off on a flight to San Francisco when a portly, balding man wearing blue jeans and a polo shirt bearing words something like “Blue Sky Natural Gas Pipelines” entered my row.
He wore a lifeless windbreaker over a yellow Hang-Ten polo shirt and baggy jeans.
Faded jeans clung to his thick, hard thighs, and the short sleeves of a blue polo shirt hugged his upper arms.
LuEllen wore a deep red long-sleeved blouse, and I put on a long-sleeved navy blue polo shirt with a crushable white tennis hat.
Brew had cleared off the loveseat and was curled up with his back presented to the rest of the world, the polo shirt riding up to expose a slice of his well-muscled ebony back.
Victor's "Tommy" polo shirt was green-and-white striped, and Barney's Ralph Lauren was golden brown.