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- noun Plural form of
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Others can spend hours in the sock aisle at the department store, weighing the pros and cons of buying a pair of wool argyles instead of cotton striped.
Why So Many People Can't Make Decisions Shirley S. Wang 2010
Yup, at boarding school in the '80s, I used to wear woolly argyles, paired with a knee-length corduroy skirt.
The New Prudery Holly Finn 2011
Just be sure laces are your one and only statement, and give your other preferred pieces of flair — argyles, pocket squares, suspenders — a well-deserved rest.
Tie One On 2011
Not to mention the tiny bride and groom golfers, in pastel argyles, all made out of spun sugar.
Mixed Dominance 2010
Some knock your socks off and some make you wear argyles.
He made nothing but argyles until he switched to nothing but stirrups in 1963.
"I do need new socks!" he held up some hideous argyles and did a Vanna White display gesture.
Even as you read these lines (relativistically speaking), some alien eye or eyes, perhaps set in chitinous, horny lids, are perplexedly scanning one of a pair of argyles which you lost last Tuesday.
She was wearing men's socks, a slightly ridiculous pair of fuzzy argyles.
Glen plaids, argyles, tattersalls, tartans, and windowpane plaids are everywhere you look.
Before You Put That On Lloyd Boston 2005