- a child's suit, usually navy and white, with a collar that is squared off at the back like a sailor's
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Examples from the Web for sailor suit
Dont you remember, you asked her if she didnt want to wear it with her sailor-suit?
He walked along beside me, his hands in the pockets of his sailor-suit, with none of his usual flow of general misinformation.Mavis of Green Hill
Puss, Junior, had been promised a sailor-suit as soon as the ship's tailor had the time to make it.Puss Junior and Robinson Crusoe
As usual, he wore his sailor-suit, and this time he accepted Elsie's kiss with perfect graciousness.A Vanished Hand
Louise asked Marie rather superfluously, for she had on her sailor-suit, rather fresher-looking than it had been before.