Black Shirt


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Black Shirt

also Black·shirt  (blăk′shûrt′)
n.
A member of a fascist party organization having a black shirt as part of its uniform, especially an Italian fascist.

Black′ Shirt`


n.
a member of a fascist organization, esp. the Italian Fascist militia, wearing a black shirt as part of the uniform.
[1920–25]
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Very good people indeed, you will notice, dress altogether in black, even to gloves and neckties, and they will probably take to black shirts before long.
She was well-covered up with a long-sleeved black shirt. She completed her look with a simple pair of heels.
Comfy yet trendy, she gets it right with black suede boots, blue denims, a black shirt and blue stole.
He was wearing a short cream coat, a black shirt with a flower design, dark blue jeans and yellow Flossy plimsolls.
Cilcain YFC's Gareth Worthington (black shirt) in the US with Kevin Davies, Llanwennog YFC (foreground)
Black shirt, pounds 19; two-tone peep-toes, pounds 39, both from Zara; Bangle, pounds 10, Warehouse Belted shirt dress, pounds 40, Next.
3Everybody should have at least one good white shirt and one good black shirt in their wardrobe as these can be worn with jeans or a suit and are a classic look that won't date.
"You love France and France loves you back," Delanoe said before pinning the honorary medal on Depp's black shirt.
He was last seen wearing a Fila green and cream reversible jacket, beige trousers, a plain black shirt and imitation crocodile shoes.
One wore a black shirt marked No Customers, No Profits, and others helped carry a banner marked RIP MUFC, 1878-2005.
My first skate shirt was a Spitfire shirt--that black shirt that said "Ride the Fire" in the middle with flames.
One was a white man with an Irish accent wearing a long-sleeved black shirt. The other offender was a slim Asian man with short hair, wearing a leather jacket.