from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The inside seam of a pant leg.
- n. The length or measurement of such a seam.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The seam of a trouser up the inside of the leg.
- v. To impress or mark with a seam or cicatrix.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To impress or mark with a seam or cicatrix.
- n. An inside seam of an article of clothing; especially, the seam that runs from the crotch of a trouser leg down to the bottom.
- n. The length of the inseam of a trouser leg.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See enseam.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Sewn along the inseam was a name label, de rigueur for any boarding-school student.
Gringal, I'm a size 9 and almost 6 'tall so buying jeans and pants that are long enough and fit were the first items I bought online at Amazon and surprisingly, Wal-Mart had jeans with a 35 inseam.
My neck itches and I pull up on the overalls, a movement that tugs the inseam into my crotch.
Ok. .they were a bit short in the inseam, but dang Mr. President does have some booty on him .... first time I've ever EVER wanted to watch an American president walk away so I can check out his backside.
A sales associate measured our inseam and pinned the pants, the only one of all the stores to do both.
The capital of Delaware or the length of Humphrey Bogart's inseam is just a few clicks away.
The store includes hats, golf polos, and, of course, custom-made jean shorts with 10-inch inseam, tape-measure loop and a button front with brass zipper fly.
With shorts, the shortest she'll go is a piece with a 2.5-inch inseam.
If you can compare a curlew to an inseam you can open whatever door you want.
He was my first love and suddenly, it didn't matter that my inseam was longer than his.