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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete spellings of trousers.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Same as trousers.
“Fleta was attired in small white satin Turkish trowsers, blue muslin and silver embroidered frock, worked sandals, and her hair braided and plaited in long tails behind, and she looked like a little sylph.”
“It's typical of what Drudge had been running till yesterday, though, scavenging far and wide to find some oddball outlier poll, then liberally pissing his trowsers in odiferous excitement over his banner-headline "discovery.”
“After he is good and done thorough micturating through his trowsers, of course.”
“#1 No hooman should wear leather trowsers unless yor Elvis…”
“She wore wide trowsers of light blue silk, a fine scarlet shawl around her waist, in which was stuck a creeze with a richly ornamented handle.”
““A coat of black cloth, trowsers of black wool, a silk waistcoat, boots and linen.””
“If my memory serves me correctly - and I know it does - these were the same "rational folk" who went into flipping CONNIPTIONS at the possibility of ladies shortening their long skirts, revealing neither ankles thick nor ankles thin, but perfectly modest, fully gathered, Turkish trowsers - that is, the Bloomer Costume.”
“Teh power of caek compels me to buy bigger trowsers…”
“November 19, 2008 at 6:23 am aifinkso eet was Mick adjusting his trowsers, uh huh. yesh. ai has notting tu du wib eet… HONEST!”
“Espeshally then ai duzznt has to ware teh baggy trowsers an can ware the blakanslinky Mortissha dress insted.”
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