Whoever removed her bra did so without removing her sweater, which was pulled above her breasts but still on her arms.
A pudgy, bald man in a suit and sweater ensemble stands in an opening between two of the newly erected walls.
The sweater vest was the same, as was most of the God-and-country stump speech.
A sweater from the front turned into a sheer top when the model turned her back.
If you live in California and you want to buy a sweater from a boutique in New York, you go their website and buy it.
Joe slung his sweater aside, slipped his suspenders down and knotted them about his waist and advanced on the embarrassed enemy.
Explain why ice is packed in straw or sawdust; why a sweater keeps you warm.
Frank slipped off his sweater, and made ready, but the chance he so longed for never came.
But meantime I was pulling off my sweater and fastening on a life belt.
sweater paused, and regarded the other three brigands intently.
"woolen vest or jersey, originally worn in rowing," 1882, from earlier sweaters "clothing worn to produce sweating and reduce weight" (1828), from sweat (v.). As a fashion garment, attested from 1925. Sweater girl is attested from 1940; Lana Turner (1920-1995) was the first, from her appearance in the film "They Won't Forget" (1937).