trousers

Part of speech: noun

An outer garment for a man or boy, extending from the waist to the ankles or knees, and divided so as to cover each leg separately; pantaloons.

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Usage examples "trousers":

  1. Everybody treated it as a joke; the doctor used to ask for his watch or his handkerchief after every visit; and the great score was when he thought I had one, and it was really the other- or both- or the keys out of his trousers pocket! - "The Crime Doctor", Ernest William Hornung.
  2. By that time he would have trousers of his very own, and they would cease, in consequence, to be things of interest. - "The Professional Aunt", Mary C.E. Wemyss.
  3. The trousers dropped from his fingers and Theodore Dalton collapsed! - "In And Out", Edgar Franklin.