open-collared open-collared


  • (adj) of a shirt; not buttoned at the neck


  1. A real success at 54, Jack still likes the floppy, open-collared shirts, breezy sport shoes and pungent phrases picked up in his prizefight days.
  2. In any college, many and distinct are the categories among the undergraduates, ranging from the broad-backed footballers to the light-stepping, open-collared esthetes.
  3. The pair: a complacent Juan Peron, hand on hip, surveying Buenos Aires in an open-collared shirt, and a saintly Eva Peron, in a plain dress with outstretched hand.


  • Doc Rivers knows expectations for Clippers

    by David Leon Moore, USA TODAY Sports LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Clippers called it a culture change, a great day in club history, a precursor to a championship. But Doc Rivers, clad in a casual, open-collared shirt and asking everyone to call him “just Doc,” called it “an opportunity” and wowed everyone not [...]
    on June 27, 2013     Source: HoopsWorld


  • Sir Alan said: "It's the investment bankers, those 30 year-old open-collared executives swigging Evian in their offices."
    on Mar 18, 2008 By: Sir Alan Sugar Source: Times Online

Word of the Day
languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /