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tee shirt

Variant of T-shirt.
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or tee shirt


a lightweight, usu. knitted, pullover shirt, typically with short sleeves and a collarless round neckline, worn as an undershirt or outer garment.
Also called tee .
[1915–20, Amer.; alluding to its shape when spread out flat]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tee shirt - a close-fitting pullover shirttee shirt - a close-fitting pullover shirt  
shirt - a garment worn on the upper half of the body
polo-neck, turtle, turtleneck - a sweater or jersey with a high close-fitting collar
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Rose is a school teacher and she owns a tee shirt that says: "This Teacher Supports Our Cops." "This Teacher" appears over an American Flag and "Supports Our Cops" appears under the flag.
Headquartered in Lewes, DE, Blue Streak Designs is one of the largest tee shirt shops on the web, specializing in automotive, motorcycle, and aviation related graphic shirts, hoodys, and jerseys.
* Put a dowel through the arms of a tee shirt to make a drying towel.
Because Robinson was a Brooklynite by circumstance (but not birth), his white jersey links Mookie to the city of Brooklyn in the same way that Raheem's tee shirt declares his territorial allegiance to Bed-Stuy.
There is no minimum donation required, but anyone donating or raising $25 or more will receive a free "Support-A-Walk" tee shirt.
The bullet tore through my jacket, through the pocket, and through my tee shirt, leaving two small holes in it about an inch apart.
I was cruising through stores a few weekends ago and ended up in a small shop that specializes in selling tee shirts. We've all been in a tee shirt store; we venture into them on board walks while on vacation or while visiting new towns, our eyes and minds engaged while reading all of the catchy phrases that decorate colorful tee shirts.
The first step for me was to gather the facts--specifically, what image had been infringed upon, where they find the tee shirt, and did they have a copy of the actual tee shirt or had she just heard about it, as is often the case from a third party.
Why is it T-shirt and not tee shirt? (The shape of the shirt when spread out.) Why is it tee ball and not T-ball?