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sweat sock

n. an athlete; a jock. (Usually plural.) I live in a dorm with a bunch of sweat socks. They feed us well, anyway.
See also: sock, sweat
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We took a 15-foot rope, attached all our dirty sweat socks from the 300-mile march, and proceeded to walk around the Capitol Building and give the legislative stinkers a whiff," said the 57-year-old Biffle.
More than $3 million was spent on logo sweat socks alone, with categories climbing ever higher, peaking with fleece tops, a hefty $191.
Sun says the first generation of antibacterial sweat socks should be on the market in time to go "back to school" and make next fall's gym bags sweetersmelling places.
Not so much in products: We're solicited on a regular basis to slap our name on everything from health clubs to sporting equipment, but I don't see ESPN sunglasses or sweat socks as a logical business.
LOS ANGELES, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- They send everything, from life- size pink panthers to banners and backdrops of all shapes and sizes; exhibits; film for the paparazzi, tons of giveaways and promotional materials; enough pens, pencils, paper clips and supplies to fully staff dozens of offices; sweat socks for stars; and peanut butter.
One litter of five gray tabby kittens shared a kennel with their mother and slept side by side, looking like a clump of sweat socks.
This isn't Moulton's ball-passing or song-and-tap dancing but a new expressivity that flows from Mindy, which he made for the company last year: a surreal nightmare in which a wide-eyed somnambulist in white gown and sweat socks tiptoes aimlessly, propelled by a horrific vision.