Definition of sweatshirt
: a loose collarless pullover or jacket usually of heavy cotton jersey
Recent Examples of sweatshirt from the Web
In mid-2015, Loot Crate added a box for sweatshirts, socks, and other clothing too pricey for its main box.
In mid-2015, Loot Crate added a box for sweatshirts, socks and other clothing too pricey for its main box.
In the following months, the actress and singer was seen wearing Coach pieces, from a graphic sweatshirt and handbag on the street, to a head-to-toe look at the Met Gala.
He was described as white or Latino, wearing a white or gray hooded sweatshirt and baggy blue jeans.
When the detective drew his weapon and ordered Fulton to drop his gun, Fulton put the gun in his sweatshirt and kept walking.
Most, if not all of us, only had cotton sweatshirts and sweatpants with layers of other cotton fabrics.
The closet being your basic essentials, your t-shirts, your sweatshirts, your sweatpants, your socks and underwear, that sort of thing.
A woman reported that around 4:20 p.m., her video surveillance camera showed three adult males wearing hooded sweatshirts getting out of a two-door rag-top convertible and approaching a home.
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First Known Use of sweatshirt
SWEATSHIRT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sweatshirt for English Language Learners
: a piece of clothing for the upper part of your body that is made from a thick, soft material
SWEATSHIRT Defined for Kids
Definition of sweatshirt for Students
: a loose pullover or jacket without a collar and usually with long sleeves
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