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Use "capris" in a sentence
"The non-smoking section was made up of an amalgamation of typical middle Tennessee -- a middle aged woman in capris, with a Coach bag and fine highlights; an interior designer meeting with a client; two young couples: one with two adorable little boys dressed in madras pants and polo shirts with the collar up, the other childless, faces pinched at the noise."
"Don’t you think a bunch of dudes in capris tossing around a ball and patting each others asses is sort of well you know … gay …."
"The capris are my staples from, De Designs, not free."