Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of workshirt.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Two men stood over her, Caucasians in dungarees, workshirts, and heavy boots.

    Masked

  • A cardboard mailing box held a few changes of clothing: faded workshirts and black pants, some thin socks.

    Static

  • Two men stood over her, Caucasians in dungarees, workshirts, and heavy boots.

    Masked

  • As the afternoon wore on, she watched from a distance as the two men sweated in the winter sun, then took off their plaid flannel workshirts.

    Blood Orange, A Novella

  • The wannabes, Elkins says, “dress in all black” or wear “workshirts” like his pal Norris.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • The wannabes, Elkins says, “dress in all black” or wear “workshirts” like his pal Norris.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • A Japanese gardener and a Salvadoran landscaper who work in my neighborhood are closer to my farmer expectations than Stewart, who, when he is casual, wears wide-wale corduroys, butter-soft loafers, and—on occasion—elegant, fine-spun “workshirts.”

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • Straw hats and blue workshirts with suspenders for the men, white bonnets and black long dresses for the women.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • A Japanese gardener and a Salvadoran landscaper who work in my neighborhood are closer to my farmer expectations than Stewart, who, when he is casual, wears wide-wale corduroys, butter-soft loafers, and—on occasion—elegant, fine-spun “workshirts.”

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • We passed several dozy European-looking (you know, drab gray workshirts and faded jeans with split knees) couples returning from their own private voyages through this green wonderland.

    Xochimilco - Up A Lazy River In Mexico City

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