A style of pants in which the end of each pantleg flares out dramatically from the knee downward, like the mouth of a bell.(adjective)
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Use "bell-bottomed" in a sentence
"The Great Dane with the telltale speech impediment ( "Ruh-roh, Raggy") and voracious appetite (Scooby snacks!) long ago became iconic, as did Scoobert's bell-bottomed and bewhiskered slacker of an owner, the easily spooked Shaggy, and the rest of Mystery Inc. 's sleuthing youths: cravat-happy Fred, the fashionable Daphne and the ever-deductive Velma."
"While spinning these songs three decades later, we can imagine the bell-bottomed, long-haired men idolizing the rock legends oceans away."
"With regard to her own uniform, which includes anything bell-bottomed or wide-legged, Zoe is vocal about her perennial love for platform shoewear and an excess of vintage."