from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A garment, such as a sweater, that is put on by being drawn over the head.
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- noun A
sweaterthat must be put on by pulling it over the head; a sweater without buttonsor a zipperin front
- noun weightlifting An
exerciseperformed lying on the back in which the arms are extendedbehind the head and exertionlifts the weightabove the head.
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- noun a sweater that is put on by pulling it over the head
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I’d LOVE a fuzzy fleece pullover (or remix hoodie since it seems the pullover is selling out quickly!)
Notice the fleece pullover, which is to inline skaters what a leather jacket is to a Harley rider.
The pullover was a part of a saturation detail in which 11 officers, two on bicycles, three on motorcycles and the rest in marked and unmarked cars, patrolled University Avenue primarily scouting for drunken drivers.
Mr Fanboi also added that Jobs 'absence from the recent Macworld Expo was due to him receiving grief counselling in preparation for the removal of the pullover which is likely to have a negative impact on Apple's product innovation, possibly resulting in items as unpopular as the Apple Lisa.
I'll slip on a polo shirt (any kind of pullover shirt designed like a polo shirt, having a collar and sometimes having a single breast pocket) when I'm leaving the compound to go somewhere.
Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal Suntan flannel trousers and coat with a merino pullover.
Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A cashmere pullover and silk charmeuse pajama trousers.
Pinching red and blue thread from a disintegrating pullover belonging to an elderly Cretan general, Casdagli passed the long hours in captivity by painstakingly creating a sampler in cross-stitch.
Famished and disoriented, wearing only trousers, a pullover shirt and battered shoes, Huanaco wandered the streets of Alto Hospicio, a poor community just outside the city of Iquique.
Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A felted jacket and matching trousers with a cashmere pullover, left.
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