n. (plural of t-shirt English)
Usage examples of "t-shirts".
I carry him to his room, place him in bed, undress him, put him in one of the overlarge T-shirts he likes to sleep in and tuck him under the covers.
A number of them wear loose-fitting T-shirts decorated with a large blue trident, the same insignia that decorates the ship's three smokestacks.
I grin when we approach a farmer's market after that and see a couple—both the man and the woman wearing blue trident decorated T-shirts and carrying shopping bags in both hands—arguing with a cab-driver.
With an equally inappropriately dressed Australian whom I'd met on the plane, I tramped around in the freezing autumnal rain and fog in T-shirts and flip-flops, to the bemusement of the dour Muscovites.