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A collar cut deep and square at the back, tapering to a V-neck at the front.
- ‘She was dressed in the purple skirt, white blouse with purple sailor collar, white socks, and black shoes uniform of the school.’
- ‘Everyone was wearing the familiar colorful suits with sailor collars and short skirts, but somehow it seemed perfectly normal.’
- ‘Although many sailor collars are cut to lie flat, if a little stand is provided in the back, it will provide room for the bulk of the scarf and it will also be a little more becoming, especially to adult figures.’
- ‘Her navy dress had a white sailor collar and it was wrinkled, not smooth and clean like Gracie's.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.