Dungarees [noun]

Definition of Dungarees:

blue jeans

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Sentence/Example of Dungarees:

Ramos' bubb was spinning once more, but he was wearing just dungarees.

But the fists he carried in the pockets of his dungarees bulged like coconuts, and his hairy arms were looped brown cables.

"I had an idee that thwart would pull loose," Mr. Gibney remarked, as he got up and rubbed the seat of his dungarees.

Durned if I don't feel like jumpin' into a suit of dungarees an' helpin' him out in that engine room, Gib.

From the wing-struts we transferred to a Navy dory, manned by enlisted men commanded by a blank-faced ensign in dungarees.

Crates lined up on the quayside at Jaffa, chap ticking them off in a book, navvies handling them barefoot in soiled dungarees.

I must mention that in the early days we had no real uniforms, but used to parade in blue dungarees and white cloth hats.

At this time the only other clothes we had were the blue dungarees and white cloth hats called "fatigue dress."

Look at me—I had a singlet an' a pair of dungarees when I landed on the beach in T'yti, an' look at me now!

I slipped into the lavatory, hastily doffed my glad rags, and climbed into flannel and dungarees once more.