sweat-stained

sweat-stained

adj
(of clothes or fabric) bearing the marks left by a person's sweat
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Wright has swapped the pressure of chasing second place and trophy-hunting for the sweat-stained threeteam dogfight to avoid the drop at the bottom.
Regular commuters said that instead of relying on Grab, I should have just taken the MRT or other forms of public transport, not realizing that I have to look presentable (not sweat-stained, rumpled or harassed) as a sign of respect for my interview subjects or in lifestyle events I'm assigned to cover.
I am dying and beyond desire, save to go down from this sleeping porch some starry night when the lantern-bugs are lit, to strip away my sweat-stained gown, and holding my arms across my untouchable breasts, to fall on to God down the side of this hill.
They piece together a mesmerising mosaic of youthful recklessness, impetuosity and sweat-stained desperation.
They deftly piece together a mesmerising mosaic of youthful recklessness, impetuosity and sweat-stained desperation.
And what a starring role he played in a high-tempo performance, throwing his sweat-stained shirt to the faithful after a dramatic added-time goal from Birkir Bjarnason won it for the hosts.
But he has struggled to find a detergent that can get his sweat-stained shirt collars clean.
On the 14th day, they packed their sweat-stained bags, grabbed their treacherous skateboards and headed to the airport, leaving my beloved country--hopefully for good!
When a filmmaker embraces genre -- tightly enough to see the sweat-stained shirt collar and smell the nicotine smoke in the hair -- some entertaining cinema can squeeze out.
By close of play, he was swatting sweat-stained South Africa bowling to all parts and after being in serious trouble during the morning session, England ended the evening in command.
Many are Mothers who, once their babies are weaned or have left the nest, are ready to trade in their sacred, sweat-stained robe of motherhood for their Queen's mantle.
After all, I've framed insects, guns, a narwhal tusk, the art from the fuselage of a World War II fighter plane, African masks and spears, a sweat-stained shirt that had been worn by the client's grandfather for 20 years and even a pizza crust.