An article of clothing covering each leg separately, that covers the area from the waist to the ankle.(noun)
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Use "pantaloons" in a sentence
"Emperor of Russia, one day ordered the soldiers to stop every passenger who wore pantaloons, and with their hangers to cut off, upon the leg, the offending part of these superfluous breeches; so that a man's legs depended greatly on the adroitness and humanity of a Russ or a Cossack; however this war against _pantaloons_ was very successful, and obtained"
"Babies, as soon as born, are clad in pantaloons and loose waist, irrespective of sex."
"All their money is reserved to buy new dresses for this occasion, silver rolls or gold linings for their hats, or new deerskin pantaloons and embroidered jackets with silver buttons."