blue collar[ bloo-kol-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF blue collar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUE COLLAR
This was white, with blue collar and cuffs, and a blue star on the sleeve.
Then you've got your new Tussore with the blue collar and waistband.
Five minutes later he reappeared, frost forming on his blue collar, his face white as he looked at Dal.
The young man with the blue collar provided with John Egerton a throaty and wavering tenor.
He says he feels sorry for any one who has to wear a pink shirt with a blue collar.
Sailors' costume consists of a white shirt, with blue collar and cuffs, black handkerchief about the neck, and black tarpaulin.