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  • n. trousers

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as keck or kex.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I think pantspill more accurately describes the state of my poor kecks after that edgy encounter.

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  • I arrested a guy for shoplifting in the town centre last year and when searched in custody he had a live pidgeon wrapped in a greggs sandwhich box concealed in his kecks.

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  • Why is it that the BBC referred to the IRA as “Dissident Republicans” and yet a bloke caught in the US with a few CCs of explosive in his kecks is described as a “terrorist” and “in possession of WMD”?

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  • As long ago as 1963 it was more efficient for chaps to change their kecks in a unisex environment.

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  • Disappointed that you didn't use the DTel's picture of Brown on the Andrew Marr set, seated on what appears to be an antique commode, with all the appearance of a mental patient who has not dropped his kecks but has nonetheless deliberately shat in them and awaits, with inane grin on his idiot features, for his attendant to return to clean him up.

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  • It is very hard to be macho with your kecks down aroound ankles, tears rolling down your cheeks and begiing not recieve the next lash … … on July 21, 2008 at 12: 40 pm | Reply Anon

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  • They clash a bit but they are much better than the cheap variety we get issued with and the powder which inevitably gets all over your kecks.


  • It just so happens my clubs have lots nubile women in them who are prepared to frot you until you spooge your kecks for thirty sheets.

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  • Shuffling round in long lines in your stockinged feet with one hand holding your kecks up because your belt will set off the metal detector and the other hand clutching that ridiculous plastic bag with your squeeze of toothpaste in - when there was clearly no substance to the liquid bomb plot anyway - just to perpetuate some illusion that there is some sort of war on, what a farce.

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  • Shameless Lord Paddy Pantsdown is his hero, Shameless Cllr Norman Pantsdown is his local hero/best friend in politics, and he says that splitting his kecks on a school visit - rather than the more obvious Shameless Hoaxing of the Electorate on Christie Hospital Closure - is his most embarrassing Pantsdown moment in what passes for politics round his way.

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