Definition of dungaree
1 : a heavy coarse durable cotton twill woven from colored yarns; specifically : blue denim
2 dungarees plural : clothes made usually of blue denim
dungareedplay \-ˈrēd, -ˌrēd\ adjective
Recent Examples of dungaree from the Web
The actor, forty-nine, wore dungarees and a work shirt; the fighter, seventy-eight, wore a blazer with a jaunty pocket square.
One of the men might like to wear 34-inch pants, while the other might take a snugger 30-inch dungaree.
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Origin and Etymology of dungaree
Hindi dũgrī & Urdu dungrī
First Known Use: 1673See Words from the same year
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