Entry from British & World English dictionary
A loose shirt worn over other garments: she was dressed in jeans, desert boots, and a big plaid overshirt
More example sentences
- The only difference was his attire - a blue and black plaid button-up overshirt, white tee shirt underneath, black jeans and tennis shoes.
- She mentally slapped herself for thinking a tee shirt and overshirt would be warm coverings for a December day, even though she lived in a southern state.
- Many families are forced to buy used clothing at the markets; children typically wear T-shirts, shorts, and loose cotton overshirts for everyday wear.
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Line breaks: over|shirt
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