Origin of polka dot
Examples from the Web for polka dot
Picasso, with his polka-dot shirt and clashing tie attempted an air of bravado, but lost confidence by the minute.
A singer named Choo Cho Collins wore nothing but a polka-dot bikini painted on her body.
Similarly, Jenny Packham's website crashed shortly after the duchess wore her polka-dot dress.Gisele Bündchen Tops Highest-Paid Supermodels List; Kate Middleton Wears $72 Dress in Official Family Portrait|The Fashion Beast Team|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Coach dogs of the spotted variety will be worn with polka-dot costumes.Cordwood|Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye
They would crowd the hotels, over-flow the board walk, cover the sands, and polka-dot the ocean.Quaint Courtships|Various
His blue serge suit had been freshly pressed; a polka-dot scarf was neatly tied under the points of a white-wing collar.Otherwise Phyllis|Meredith Nicholson
The last rider, coming to a gingerly halt in order not to jar an arm bandaged roughly in a polka-dot bandanna, swore roundly.
One of the masked men, a lithe, sinuous fellow with a polka-dot bandanna round his neck, took command.
British Dictionary definitions for polka dot
- a fabric or pattern with such spots
- (as modifier)a polka-dot dress