- n. attributive form of jodhpurs
“This season the belles of the bridle path will be wearing a comfortable new item known as the jodhpur, which is described as being "very swagger, indeed.”
“And then there's Bert...who has taken the geometric designs of Antonio's drawing and made them into three-dimensional inflatables and stuck them onto a gauzy top and weird grey jodhpur clown pants.”
“The tailored looks will fit many bodies, but many of the jodhpur-style pants will work only on long-legged, thin women.”
“That said, the real love story, between Etta and the unvarnishable Valent, falters tentatively along in a deeply endearing way and is all the more appealing set against the frantic jodhpur-ripping that's taking place elsewhere.”
“Then, as daylight more positively arrived, I saddled and bridled him in the shelter, and changed my trainers for jodhpur boots, to look and ride better, and finally, when the morning's first exercise strings would be peopling the landscape, heaved myself and gear onto his back and set about completing the disappearing trick.”
“I took with me my mother's cash card and her phone card and all her available money, and my own new credit card and cheques, and also a zipped bag containing the things I'd borrowed ten days earlier from Emily - helmet, padded jacket, jodhpur boots - that my mother hadn't yet returned to her.”
“Back at Park Crescent I changed into some of the new things and left the jodhpur boots, padded jacket, crash helmet and goggles for return to Emily sometime, and I told Ivan (having checked with Margaret Morden) that so far the brewery's creditors were earning haloes and had agreed to meet on Monday.”
“I found some jodhpur boots to fit me (better than trainers for the job) and tied my hair up on the top of my head with a shoelace before hiding the lot under a shiny blue helmet.”
“I thumbed a lift to Swindon instead, however, and caught a train to Reading, and called on a powerful area bank manager who wasn't expecting a padded jacket, jodhpur boots and a shiny blue riding helmet with jockeys 'goggles.”
“My favorite look was the dress with the fiercely angled jodhpur sleeves which worked with the show's vigorous pace and dramatic tone.”
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