- work clothes, overalls, etc., of blue denim.
- blue jeans.
- dung beetle,
- dung fly,
- dungeness crab,
- dungeons and dragons
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|Tom Sykes|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Hard to get more can-do blue collar than a steel-town mayor in dungarees.
Mitch Storey was there in a moment—dressed in dungarees and work shirt like he used to be, but taller, even leaner, and unsmiling.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
"We want to borrow some clothes; dungarees, overalls, anything you've got," said Kit.Kit Musgrave's Luck|Harold Bindloss
He was dressed in an old plaid shirt and dungarees and his blond hair wasn't many shades removed from my own straw thatch.Prelude to Space|Robert W. Haseltine
Durned if I don't feel like jumpin' into a suit of dungarees an' helpin' him out in that engine room, Gib.Captain Scraggs|Peter B. Kyne
He drew a fountain-pen from a pocket beneath his dungarees and the girl found a piece of paper in one of the table drawers.Captain Calamity|Rolf Bennett
- 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
Word Origin for dungaree
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.