Overalls

Part of speech: noun

Loose, coarse, outer trousers worn by workmen for protection.

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Usage examples "overalls":

  1. I haven't forgotten how he showed us over the mill the other day in a pair of overalls, just like a workman." - "From Sand Hill to Pine", Bret Harte.
  2. I never burned my overalls. - "Campaigning with Crook and Stories of Army Life", Charles King.
  3. On my way to the post- office some one passed me on the sandy, yellow patch, a man clothed after the manner of civilization, whose garments, cut by no country tailor, were not covered by overalls. - "A Village Ophelia and Other Stories", Anne Reeve Aldrich.