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sleeved out

sleeved out
 adj.Gloss: Related to the verb “to sleeve.” «Sometimes that can be a problem, especially if the men are “sleeved out”—a term used to describe tattoos which cover the arms.» —“Department of corrections job fair aims to help parolees” by Marcela Creps Reporter-Times (Martinsville, Indiana) Sept. 8, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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