dungaree dungaree


  • (n) a coarse durable twill-weave cotton fabric



  1. A dungaree-clad London housewife, Frink had her first exhibition while still in art school.
  2. He noted the call had come from Milwaukee's Fifth Congressional District and handed the sheet to a dungaree-clad coed, who took it to a bank of keypunch operators.
  3. As Elizabeth, dungaree-clad, her pretty face smeared with grease, learned to drive and dismantle Army trucks, the Empire beamed with approval.


  • Splurge vs. Steal: Punchy Dungarees

    The minute we saw Philip Lim’s pink suede dungaree coming down his Spring 2013 runway we instantly knew the fashion world was about to have a major love affair with dungarees. We were especially taken to Lim’s rendition because of …
    on July 7, 2013     Source: The Atlanta Post

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