Definition of sailor suit in English:

sailor suit

Syllabification: sail·or suit


A suit of blue and white material resembling the dress uniform of an ordinary seaman, especially as fashionable dress for young boys during the 19th century.
More example sentences
  • Shayla said liking him already and thinking he looked cuddly in his blue and white sailor suit and cap, he looked to be about 10 by his height.
  • A girl with long red hair, wearing traditional sailor suit school uniform is having to do a math problem in front of class
  • The children are there, too, poignant in their Norfolk jackets, sailor suits, and dropped-waist dresses.

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