Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ʃ'ɝts]
"It was on shirts they made acquaintance," said Edith pensively.
Shirts were now brisk, and the hours appallingly long in this heat.
We found nothing, however, except a box of razors and two linen shirts.
From a cupboard he pulled out one of his old shirts, which he tore in pieces.
This barge was rowed by six black men in check shirts and black vel-vet caps.
We had to thaw our moccasins each morning by thrusting them inside our shirts.
One day she heard him imploring the little slavey to put some buttons on his shirts.
"I reckon not as I don't own any clothes but what I set in, except a couple of old shirts and them socks.
The boys wore shoe-packs, blue flannel shirts with enormous pearl buttons, and mackinaws of crimson, lemon yellow, and foxy brown.
When he'd gone out, Anna came downstairs, calmly demanded his shirts, and, having the slavey under her thumb, got them, walked off with them, and mended them all.