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Definition of "trousers" []

  • A garment shaped to cover the body from the waist to the ankles or knees with separate tube-shaped sections for both legs
  • An article of clothing that covers the part of the body between the waist and the ankles, and is divided into a separate part for each leg. (noun)

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Use "trousers" in a sentence
  • "These pumps have been around for years and as winter rolls in, the only way to wear them under trousers is in the darker colors (slightly scuffed), with opaque tights."
  • "They already make shirts and trousers from the new fibre and in the Spring, jeans will be put on the market."
  • "Then, suddenly, he -- for it was a man -- swayed back, with a hitch to his skin trousers, and began to sing a chanty, such as men lift when they swing around the capstan circle and the sea snorts in their ears:"