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  • n. Plural form of seersucker.

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Examples

  • That unhappy speculator in seersuckers and castor-oil died in prison, and a _gooroo_ (that is, a spiritual teacher) feed by the Baboo, desolated his last hour with the assurance that he should transmigrate into the bodies of seven generations of _gharree_-horses, and drag _feringhee_ sailormen, in a state of beer, from the ghauts to the punch-houses, all his miserable lives.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858

  • Uncle Rajinda as a basis for certain operations in seersuckers and castor-oil, that had yielded no returns.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858

  • To complete the game, we must wait for Lottie to bring the "Rosette" safely home with salt-petre and indigo and hides and ginger and seersuckers and gunny-cloth.

    The Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children

  • I'm not one to stash the white wines, or even the rosés, back in the closet after Labor Day, as if they were white shoes or seersuckers.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Maybe the seersuckers if I feel like blinding classmates with frat stardom.

    Articles on CollegiateTimes.com

  • "and the soul of Uncle Rajinda, the pride of the Mullicks, had no reason to be disquieted for the rupees, though the seersuckers had been but vanity, and the castor-oil vexation of spirit."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858

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