sport shirt


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sport′ shirt`


n.
a soft shirt for informal wear having a squared-off shirttail.
Compare dress shirt.
[1915–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sport shirt - a shirt with short sleeves designed for comfort and casual wearsport shirt - a shirt with short sleeves designed for comfort and casual wear
shirt - a garment worn on the upper half of the body
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Each Limited Edition Sport Shirt will be individually numbered.
But it wasn't until the 1980 publication of The Official Preppy Handbook that the "alligator shirt" ("the sport shirt of choice," it said) was anointed as an essential of the prep uniform--a distinction it has never lost.
This 100% cotton grey plaid sport shirt will impress your full-visioned friends and color-blind buddies alike.
Whatever your team, whatever your sport, you can pay pounds 2 to wear your favourite sport shirt to work or school on this day to support leading addiction charity, Action on Addiction.
"The general attire doesn't change a lot for men--it's still a pair of pants and a sport shirt, but there are a lot more linens and silks, both short sleeve and long sleeve," Lupo said.
However, most dealers I know wear plain jeans or sport slacks and an ordinary sport shirt, or perhaps a pullover polo with the shop's logo.
Trained for ten years for the priesthood, and assigned by the bishop to this centre four years ago, he seems to be as comfortable with people as he is wearing his "office clothes" of sport shirt, slacks and sandals.
I ask the handsome peddler in well-fitting slacks and clean sport shirt about his political take.
I also tried out the vest under a very light casual short-sleeve sport shirt, but the signature of the vest was revealed.
I found myself, clad in distinctively American clothes--Docker pants, a sport shirt, and a Chicago Cubs cap--walking behind a Buddhist monk, between an elderly couple from Cape Town and a young freelance journalist working out of Perth, Australia, and in front of a few students from Lake Forest College in Illinois.
Dressed during a recent interview in an ecru, long-sleeved, flannel sport shirt; white cotton slacks; and a pair of Rockport walkers, the Harvard graduate is the epitome of prep.
Patrick is wearing the cotton pants in sand with a holly red grid-patterned sport shirt, $50.