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- adj. Dressed in trousers.
- v. Past participle of trouser
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dressed in trousers
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He may be now that he has 'trousered' Tens of Thousands arising from his book about Dr David Kelly.
How do you know that Cherie "trousered" the fee rather than gave it to charity as she usually does with all her speaking fees.
This would include resources for their communications and constituency work - thus making this 'communications allowance' which will inevitably be seen as being 'trousered' by MPs quite unnecessary.
Even my pipe, although it was an ordinary French clay, pretty well "trousered," as they call it, would have a rarity in their eyes, as a thing coming from so far away.
I forgot the big fat wedges are trousered by your SMT.
"This challenge provides great motivation for me," trousered Sven.
Such was the proliferation of silver, grey and blue that you would be forgiven for thinking the creatives at the manufacturers viewed football fans as permanently trousered in the manner of Status Quo's Francis Rossi.
Goalkeeping has undergone its own disco-trousered coming out, and there is no going back to the old life.
The banks had seized upon every policy response designed to spare the world the consequences of the banking system's failures—the bailouts, liquidity-support operations, fiscal-stimulus packages, low interest rates, quantitative easing—and trousered the proceeds for themselves.
Being so trained, he walked on his four legs superior to them, two-legged though they were; for he had moved and lived always under the aegis of the great two-legged and be-trousered god, Mister Haggin.
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