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shirts, plural;
  1. A garment for the upper body made of cotton or a similar fabric, with a collar, sleeves, and buttons down the front

  2. A similar garment of stretchable material with few or no buttons, typically worn as casual wear or for sports
    • - a rugby shirt

  1. a garment worn on the upper half of the body
  2. put a shirt on
  3. (shirting) any of various fabrics used to make men's shirts
  4. A shirt is a cloth garment for the upper body. Originally an undergarment worn exclusively by men, it has become, in American English, a catch-all term for almost any upper-body garment other than outerwear such as sweaters, coats, jackets, or undergarments such as bras, vests or base layers. ...
  5. A sleeveless shirt, singlet or vest, also known as a tank top, is a shirt manufactured without sleeves, or one where the sleeves have been cut off. Sleeveless shirts can be worn by either gender, depending on the style. ...
  6. (The shirts) The Shirts are a New York-based American power pop band, which was formed in 1975. The band’s early existence (1975 to 1981) was closely linked with CBGB, a music club in the Bowery, but it reformed with many of the early members in 2003 and is currently active.
  7. An athletic shirt or a similarly cut undershirt
  8. Shirting fabric is any lightweight, smooth, closely woven fabric suitable for shirts, with quality determined by higher thread count. Typical vintage shirting designs are small geometric patterns and stripes.
  9. (Shirting) Fabric from which shirts are made. Can include cotton, twill, flannel, voile, silk, chambray and linen
  10. (Shirting) When a brother of a fraternity has been in a long, committed relationship with a girl and wishes to acknowledge this, a "shirting" ceremony may take place where the letters of the fraternity are granted to the girl. ...
  11. To dream of putting on your shirt, is a sign that you will estrange yourself from your sweetheart by your faithless conduct. To lose your shirt, augurs disgrace in business or love. A torn shirt, represents misfortune and miserable surroundings. ...
  12. and skirt are originally the same word, the former being the southern and the latter the northern pronunciation in early Middle English. Like gown, shirt is becoming a specialized term in Britain, though it retains its general meaning in the United States (see Shirt).
  13. A man's underwear. Shirt sleeves started out wide and full and gradually narrowed through the century; the same may be true of shirt bodies. ...
  14. (shurt):   the basic men's undergarment. Shirts were commonly constructed of linen and featured a standing band collar and cuffs. Ruffles may be sewn into the bands in fancier versions and they could be elaborately embroidered with blackwork.
  15. Football shirt that students wear to all the football games.
  16. player’s jersey; Law 4, The Player’s Equipment.
  17. A garment for the upper body. Those worn by {brothers} to meetings always have a collar to support the use of a {tie}. ...
  18. The fabric along the bottom edge of upholstered furniture that conceals the legs.
  19. Long or short sleeve dress shirt in solid blue, yellow, pink, or white. Shirts must be made of broadcloth or an oxford material.
  20. A white-collar worker, usually a low level corporate employee.
  21. A T-shirt without sleeves and cut-away armholes. Stands for athletic shirt. View HisRoom's a-shirt department.
  22. camisa Waistcoat: armilla
  23. A popular segment involving Russ' attempts to don a powerlifting shirt, which he described as "a dog sweater". The segment has Russ in great amounts of pain trying to contort himself into a shirt to enable him to do bench presses at weights greater than he was previously capable of. ...