work clothes, overalls, etc., of blue denim.
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How to use dungaree in a sentence
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
Hard to get more can-do blue collar than a steel-town mayor in dungarees.
Ramos' bubb was spinning once more, but he was wearing just dungarees.The Planet Strappers | Raymond Zinke Gallun
But the fists he carried in the pockets of his dungarees bulged like coconuts, and his hairy arms were looped brown cables.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
"I had an idee that thwart would pull loose," Mr. Gibney remarked, as he got up and rubbed the seat of his dungarees.Captain Scraggs | Peter B. Kyne
British Dictionary definitions for dungaree
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
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