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n. prisoner's garb
A prison uniform is the unified outward appearance of detainees in a situation of imprisonment. It is typically adapted under constraint.
In 1966, Andy Dufresne escaped from Shoeshank Prison. All they found was a muddy set of prison clothes, a bar of soap and an old rock hammer, damn near worm down to the nub.
The defendants were brought into the modern wood-panelled courtroom in green prison jumpsuits.
Photographs from the courtroom showed a Abtahi and Mirdamadi, wearing prison uniform, sitting in the front row.
Four years ago, he was imprisoned for the first time for narcotics use. Like all convicts he was called only by the number sewn onto his uniform, not his name.
+ 囚衣 囚衣 [qiu2 yi1] /prison uniform/