American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Capri pants.
- n. capri pants
“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.”
“Whoever invented "capris" should be subjected to biting bugs that favor the lower leg.”
“Her denim capris were fitted and showed the world that post-baby weight was certainly not a problem for her.”
“For the total "look", add a pair of flowered stretch capris, a belly bag and a slightly tight tee shirt. kathleengam”
“My husband and I wear shorts (longish shorts, I grant you) in hot weather, capris in warm weather (just me ... he's still in his shorts), and jeans in the winter.”
“I'm tired of wearing short pants that are geek length (at or above the ankle) or passing them off as long capris.”
“Here's a colorful hostess outfit: a print tunic top with beading and embroidery, worn with skinny pants or capris; just add jeweled ballet flats or bronze slides with a kitten heel.”
“We were both 20 years old and nothing else in my daily ration at the Cinematheque had come close to mapping out the way to shedding girlhood -- and my nickname Patty -- as this avatar in her black capris, ballet flats and Herald Tribune t-shirt.”
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With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
Anything worn from the waist down.
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