Buster Brown

adjective

Definition of Buster Brown

  1. :  resembling or suggestive of Buster Brown (as in style of clothing or haircut) he felt the pinch and chafe of the Buster Brown collar as he turned to watch the minister — Charles Jackson

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Origin and Etymology of buster brown

after Buster Brown, boy comic strip character pictured with wide-brimmed sailor hat, Lord Fauntleroy suit, and pageboy haircut, created by Richard F. Outcault †1928 American artist


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