Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of blue jeans.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "In India, globalization doesn't mean we are all in bluejeans, which don't even fit our hot climate or our Indian sensibilities."

    Reinvention of the sari brings a comeback on catwalks, at cocktail parties

  • I know you run around almost always in bluejeans and now that you are running and trying so hard to hide your wifes money you are a millionaire more than 100 times over so git a grip i make 30,000 a year and i can tell you and extra 30 dollars over 3 months is not much at all.

    McCain accuses Obama of hypocrisy on gas tax stand

  • We drove around aimlessly for a half-hour or so, then pulled up by a boy in bluejeans who was standing all alone on a road bounded by barbed-wire fences and flat, treeless pasture stretching as far as the eye could see.

    In Tune?

  • My wallet was stolen from my right front bluejeans pocket in that parking lot by two accomplished thieves pretending to aid me in loading the trunk of my car and returning my shopping cart to the shopping cart bin.

    Ripped Off. Read My story

  • Now, for the rest of you readers, I have just gone through a month in hell because my wallet was lifted in the Ajijic WalMart parking lot and, yes, the wallet was in my right front bluejeans pocket where idiots such as I thought it was safe.

    It was bound to happen someday; lost passport and FM3

  • Everyone knows he's worn the same three pairs of bluejeans and the same 4 polo shirts since '66. 0

    Classic F&S Vintage Fishing Ads

  • Joe remembered a quick scene from the night, something on the staircase, the inseams of Connie's bluejeans where they joined, her laughter.

    Blues Machine

  • Sporting a full beard and wearing a gray polo shirt and bluejeans, Ahmed shook his head and let out a deep sigh in apparent disbelief as the charges against him were read.

    Man accused of Metro bomb plot

  • Dressed in bluejeans, a green T-shirt and a yellow towel wrapped around his head, Mr. Kimura felt invigorated.

    Making Home Sweet Again: After Tsunami, a Baker Finds Purpose

  • With waves of salt-and-pepper hair, a workman's build, unclipped fingernails and an outfit of plaid flannel shirt, bluejeans and black shoes, Lena doesn't look the part of advocate for the supreme pontiff of the universal church, prince of the apostles and vicar of Jesus Christ on Earth.

    Jeffrey Lena: California lawyer is voice of Vatican, Pope Benedict in U.S. court

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