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- n. Plural form of slack.
- n. Casual trousers. (Takes a plural verb even when singular, may be referred to as a pair of slacks)
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slack.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (usually in the plural) pants for casual wear
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I was in slacks, listening to an iPod, backpack slung over my shoulder, and trying to figure out a KenKen puzzle.
Heh-heh: the term "tight slacks" is actually an oxymoron.
And June did show up in slacks a few times, as any true fan knows.
He was dressed differently — in slacks and a sports jacket.
He was nicely dressed in slacks and a button-up shirt, with shiny shoes, a tidy haircut, and expensive-looking glasses.
While i do not have an issue with women in slacks any more, because i do thik that rather than revealing legs, slacks give a kind of neutral appearance.
I like the word slacks way better than the word pants.
The video shows hijackers Khalid al-Mihdhar and Majed Moqed, each dressed conservatively in slacks and collared shirts, setting off metal detectors as they pass through security around 7: 18 a.m.
The word slacks still makes me think of days spent flipping through the
He’s just Coulter in slacks – with a smaller member.