Now this aloofness, this utterly detached attitude, was a pure invention of the shirt-sleeve statesman at home.
How did you get all that earth on your clothes and tear your shirt-sleeve?
By the way, did no one ever ask why should any man, being of sound mind, write the current date on his shirt-sleeve?
The youngest of the children is holding him by the shirt-sleeve.
Paul scrambled quickly down with his basket, tearing his shirt-sleeve as he did so.
Yes; so he got half a quart of brandy, and that he poured up his shirt-sleeve.
Fragments of books, Stewart's visiting cards, and a shirt-sleeve stained with blood, were found close by.
The wind dragged a shirt-sleeve from the 'popple' or pebble which held it down.
Charlie jumped at her startled tone and tore down his shirt-sleeve hastily.
He rolled up his shirt-sleeve and compared the white underside if the arm with his face.