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- n. heavy-duty shirts worn for manual or physical work
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He was wearing a battleship gray work-shirt with his name monogrammed on one pocket.
Russell dressed every day in khaki pants and a blue work-shirt - I like to move from jeans and t-shirts to silk trousers and fabulous finery.
George had found himself impressed against his will, as had the rest of the Scouts; the old man still wore his hair in two long, iron-gray braids and a bone necklace under his plain work-shirt.
And something that looked as if it might be a genuine, worn-out World War II flight jacket covered a faded work-shirt stretched across his broad chest.
Above the faded brown of his work-shirt, his face glowed with color.
For a few seconds she fumbled and did something to the breast of his cotton work-shirt.
Oscar-nominated Farnsworth gets the role of his career, inhabiting the weathered Alvin like a favorite old work-shirt.