Rugby shirt


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Rugby shirt

n.
A knit pullover sports shirt typically having long sleeves, a white collar, a short line of buttons that close at the neck, and bold colors, often in stripes.

Rug′by

(or rug′by) shirt`,


n.
a knitted pullover sport shirt usu. in bold horizontal stripes, styled after the shirts traditionally worn by Rugby players. Also called Rug′by jer′sey.
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