sailor suit

  1. 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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How to use sailor suit in a sentence

  • This sparkly amalgamation of sailor suit and negligee lives forever in infamy.

  • It takes a jaunty juvenility of spirit to wear a sailor suit properly, and she was not feeling that way these days.

    Emmy Lou | George Madden Martin
  • Even the little sailor suit I had found for Jason was refused with scorn, as not being "for men."

    Mothering on Perilous | Lucy S. Furman
  • Louise asked Marie rather superfluously, for she had on her sailor-suit, rather fresher-looking than it had been before.

    Winona of the Camp Fire | Margaret Widdemer
  • Next she got into the pretty sailor suit and smoothed it into place.

    The Cinder Pond | Carroll Watson Rankin