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tee shirt in Clothes topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtee shirtˈtee ˌshirt noun [countable]  DCCanother spelling of T-shirt
Examples from the Corpus
tee shirtI bought some lucky white heather and a silver horseshoe from a little girl in jeans and a grubby tee shirt.Tillman compressed his lips and, with a butter knife, dug at a smudge of paste stuck to his tee shirt.He was a pleasant chap with blond curls and a Mickey Mouse tee shirt on.She was wearing a huge orange tee shirt and black leggings and looked exactly as she always looked.The arms of the tee shirt barely rounded the curve of his shoulders, the hem hung an inch above his navel.James Walker wore a white tee shirt not quite large enough to accommodate his biceps and pectorals.