from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The front part of a shirt.
- n. A detachable insert that simulates the front of a shirt.
- n. A term used in cricket to refer to a pitch that is easy to bat on.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a man's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the front of a shirt
- n. the front of a shirt (usually the part not covered by a jacket)
"shirtfront" to Swan Nick Malceski's head early in the first quarter at ANZ Stadium.
Her small breasts glided along his shirtfront, her thighs touched at his.
Back in 1989, as he contemplated a Test debut bowling to Marsh, Taylor, Boon, Border, Jones and S Waugh on an Oval shirtfront, Alan Igglesden received a timely self-esteem boost when the chairman of selectors Ted Dexter told the world Igglesden was the 14th-choice seamer.
Staging it in England at any time of year is therefore probably a bad idea, and while the romantic call of Lord's is loud, if the sun comes out there the pitch can be a shirtfront—bland, true, predictable, with little in the way of dangerous bounce or movement.
Bones lifted by a shirtfront, the man rises, then lies tilted, neck arched, his world narrowed to a damp cloth that smells of dead men.
Wade fished a pack of cigarettes from his shirtfront pocket and walked to the counter.
The Cimmerian leaned across the desk and took the bursar by the shirtfront.
Ilan asked, unbuttoning the shirtfront of her dress.
The front tooth on the right broke through my perfect smile in a huge crescent, coloring the landscape of my shirtfront a deep crimson.
Before Dougal could blink, Doomforge swung out a paw and grasped him by the shirtfront, slamming him against the stone wall.