- work clothes, overalls, etc., of blue denim.
- blue jeans.
- blue denim.
Origin of dungaree
Examples from the Web for dungarees
Tom Sykes examines the evidence: a pair of Doc Martens, some Dungarees, and that infamous scrunchie.Dissecting Cressida Bonas's Style: How Prince Harry's Girl Dresses
October 15, 2013
Hard to get more can-do blue collar than a steel-town mayor in dungarees.The Mayors Who Can Revive America
September 20, 2010
Ralph stood at the wheel shivering, clad in a suit of dungarees.The Shellback's Progress
Ramos' bubb was spinning once more, but he was wearing just dungarees.The Planet Strappers
Raymond Zinke Gallun
The men went about in their undershirts and dungarees, barefooted.The Million Dollar Mystery
"We want to borrow some clothes; dungarees, overalls, anything you've got," said Kit.Kit Musgrave's Luck</p>
From the wing-struts we transferred to a Navy dory, manned by enlisted men commanded by a blank-faced ensign in dungarees.Cue for Quiet
Thomas L. Sherred
- a coarse cotton fabric used chiefly for work clothes, etc
- a suit of workman's overalls made of this material consisting of trousers with a bib attached
- a casual garment resembling this, usually worn by women or children
- US trousers
Word Origin and History for dungarees
trousers made of dungaree, 1868.
1610s, dongerijns, from Hindi dungri "coarse calico," from the name of a village, now one of the quarters of Bombay.