Clothes, especially pants, made of blue denim.(noun-plural)
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Use "blue jeans" in a sentence
"Another first-person account: a couple of years ago I was about to take off on a flight to San Francisco when a portly, balding man wearing blue jeans and a polo shirt bearing words something like “Blue Sky Natural Gas Pipelines” entered my row."
"When Robert Ireton came out in old blue jeans with his strong brown arms folded across his bare chest, waiting for someone to row him to a log, the Woodlawn children and all the children of their neighborhood went mad with glee."
"The clear-cuts brought to mind the traditional folk hero image of a lumberjack: a smiling bearded guy wearing blue jeans and a plaid flannel shirt and holding an axe."