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Spell check of shirt

Correct spelling: shirt

shoes, evening gown, fez, habilitate, ensemble, boob tube, fit out, coat, sports coat, slicker, costume, enclothe, homburg, silk, cloak, greatcoat, apparel, smoking jacket, corset, Western, jumper, crinoline, Afghan, brassiere, linen, ulster, t-shirt, sari, parka, housecoat, fedora, mackintosh, sweater, blue jeans, camisole, halter, sarong, nightgown, tank top, trench coat, flannel, robe, cowboy, cape, windbreaker, tog, headdress, kameez, sweat suit, tunic, raincoat, bowler, pinafore, kimono, bathrobe, suit, dress, trousers, work, duds, array, gown, attire, turtle-neck, beret, wrap, v-neck, undershirt, shawl, poncho, garment, wrapper, habit, topcoat, vestment, tuxedo, pillbox, clothes, pants, hair, kilt, blouse, chapeau, scarf, dressing gown, sweat shirt, turtleneck, stockings, slacks, sweatshirt, hat, bonnet, garb, kurta, sport, pajamas, blazer, crop top, trimming, jacket, vesture, button down, frock, cotton, pea coat, pull-over, overcoat, Jersey, footgear, pyjamas, dress shirt, Oxford, Mackinaw, shorts, smock, polo, fur, clothe, dinner jacket, doublet, petticoat, Stetson, pullover, chemise, panties, kaftan, raiment, burnoose, caftan, skirt, dickey, clothing, outfit, boot.

Examples of usage:

1) The delight of the birdskin shirt gave place to the chill of a wet blanket. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) I came here a poor boy, with a law- book in one hand and an extra shirt in the other, and I don't want to make a change until I fully consider it. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) Then he noticed that a buggy was approaching from the opposite direction, and when he reached the homestead a man in white shirt and store clothes had just pulled up his horse. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.