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She wore overalls and high boots, and the night braid of her hair was twisted several times round her throat.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
When he and Bill finally shed their borrowed overalls and caps, the garage lights were on, and the lot behind the shop was dusky.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
He pictured Maizie as wearing overalls, a man's shirt with the tail out, a big slouch hat, and buckskin gloves.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
He had taken care to remove from the box of clothing his sheepskin, his loose coat with a hood, and his waterproof overalls.
Silk socks and overalls were probably a part of some whim; they certainly added picturesqueness to the scene.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
The pumps, with the scarlet socks showing below the overalls, turned at the end of the broad hall and began ascending the stairs.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
On the back of the button were stamped in white the words: "National Overalls Company."
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
He had no weapons with which to deal with this composed young person in overalls and scarlet hose.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
They wear greasy blue overalls and carry tin luncheon-cans, and use cotton-waste for handkerchiefs.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
The second object excavated from the overalls was a small packet addressed to me.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION