- n. Plural form of legging.
“Wearing sheepskin leggings dyed red, these men had become the offspring of the notorious ‘Jay-hawkers’, whose exploits as professional thieves, robbers, murders and arsonist, attacking anyone who had sympathy for the South”
“That's not to say that I don't live in leggings and dance shirts at home, but I particularly love RT where I HAVE to dress up.”
“Fat girls in leggings for example is a personal affront for myself and I can't say I'm too enamoured by people who talk at the top of their lungs almost all the time (yes Australians, I'm talking to you!).”
“Shimmying them on feels more like stuffing pork sausage into casings than slipping into cozy leggings, which is perfectly fine, because once you've jammed your legs in, the effect is amazing.”
“They were dressed in short leggings, and many were shirtless.”
“ADDED: In the comments Palladian reminds us of the joyous expression leggings unleash:”
“I suggest people avoid wearing black leggings - or any dark colored clothing - so as not to attract mosquitoes," Pansiri said, calling the leggings a "Korean fashion phenomenon.”
“I suggest people avoid wearing black leggings - or any dark colored clothing - so as not to attract mosquitoes," Ms. Pansiri said, calling the leggings a "Korean fashion phenomenon.”
“Here's the latest on that front -- men wearing those fitted stretchy pants called leggings that have been popular with women the last few years.”
“I remember this story mostly because it was the first time I'd seen Aqualad in comics, and later when I came across him with black hair and no "leggings," I was a bit confused.”
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Nouns that are common in plural form but are non-existent or rarely used in singular form.
Anything worn from the waist down.
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