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long-sleeved

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Definition of long-sleeved in English:

adjective

Having sleeves that reach to the wrist: a long-sleeved shirt
More example sentences
  • They all had hooded sweatshirts, plaid shirts or long-sleeved tee shirts with jeans.
  • He was wearing his khaki slacks and white long-sleeved shirt with the sleeves rolled to his elbows.
  • Her gray hooded sweatshirt was pulled over a black flannel long-sleeved shirt and two tank tops.

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