a formal or semiformal dress shirt with a starched front.
(informal) a dress shirt with a stiff front

A dress shirt, esp with a starched front; Fried Shirt
Stiff, chilly, and pompous behavior; stuffiness: not arrayed in the ”boiled shirt” of formality (1850s+ Western)


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