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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of breech.
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- adj. dressed in trousers.
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- adj. dressed in trousers
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It is clear to me, that Sen. Obama referred solely to his disappointment that John McCain breeched his commitment to campaign on issues alone. frank, las vegas
As Lionel Lambourne points out notice the little boy in a frock who had not yet reached the age to be 'breeched'.
Small boys did wear dresses in this period until they were 'breeched'
At age 7, or so, the boys were "breeched;" that is, they were made to wear long pants.
To begin with, he was, to use his aunt's own term, "breeched" the next day, and his petticoats became the big baby's property, while his precious best frock was poked unceremoniously into a box under his aunt's bed.
The Feds should probe these people, and then throw them in jail IF they illegally breeched security, or, if they did not, then it's a dead issue.
My part was smaller but well written, and my breeched dancing much anticipated and well clapped.
Her breeched dancing was pleasant, but she is quite plump and did not convey a sense of delicacy.
But much of the upward move's momentum was based on technical levels being breeched around the $1.43 level.
The tsunami was 46 ft. high and breeched the 19 ft. seawall that was meant to protect the Fukushima plant.