from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of T-shirt.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of T-shirt.

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  • n. a close-fitting pullover shirt


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  • The blood on the U of M tee shirt and shorts matched your vic from Hidden Falls, Natalie Russo.


  • In less than a minute he was back, pulling on a rumpled-looking Georgia Bulldogs tee shirt as he came through the doorway.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • He was wearing a gray tee shirt that said ATLANTA BRAVES across the front of it, scruffy jeans, and decrepit-looking sneakers.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • He was here, in the spacious kitchen, his back towards her as he made coffee, having pulled on faded denims and a black tee shirt over his nakedness.

    Pregnant by the Millionaire

  • Paula Boggins sat near Howard, shivering in a white tee shirt and shorts.


  • It made her tee shirt ride up to the bottom of her breasts, braless for sleeping.


  • She was looking very slim too, in the faded denims and fitted black tee shirt she had changed into since returning home.

    Pregnant by the Millionaire


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