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noun as in knitted jacket or jersey

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A xenolith, which the sweater is named after, is a rock that forms within another rock—a rock sandwich, if you will.

First, you need an old cashmere sweater, of basically any size, color, shape, whatever.

Making you and your guests comfortable isn’t hard if you have some sort of heat source available—although layering some warm sweaters under those game jerseys is probably still advisable.

They are made from repurposed wool sweaters and lined with fleece made from recycled plastic bottles.

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Nowadays, while Fair Isle-inspired patterns show up everywhere, only a few knitters make the sweaters on the island.

He praised Rick Santorum, famous for wearing sweater vests in 2012, for running a “fashion forward campaign.”

I settle for a sweater and jacket and throw a tie in my briefcase just in case it turns out to be the prom.

A turtleneck gray sweater—it was herringbone tweed—and a cap.

Look at Billy Carter, my sweater-vested companions sniff derisively; look at Clinton.

Elias, the translator, knocks and a woman in a blue sweater-vest and lavender crocs answers.

As he skated forward, the former major of the school battalion stripped off the sweater he was wearing.

She had fortunately brought a soft wool sweater, which required little room.

Over Jehosophat's head went a red sweater, over Marmaduke's a green, and over Hepzebiah's curls one of blue.

He pulled his heavy sweater down off a nail and put it on, scowling because the sleeves had to be pulled in place on his arms.

He disliked the look of Cash's rough coat and sweater and cap, that hung on a nail over Cash's bunk.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sweater, such as: null, null, jersey, jumper, pullover, and maillot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.