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- n. brushwood
- n. trousers (or similar garments)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Trousers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Trousers; trews.
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Granted, the drama factor was high, but one look at those shimmering high-waisted black trouse ...
Are not trouse, and placket-holes, and pump-handles — and spigots and faucets, in danger still from the same association? —
I will be staying in my trouse during my stay here so no hotel bill for me and hey if anyone wants to do any trails while I am here just holler my way - or send smoke signals stop staring at the hand built shed on the back of my truck.
_trouse_, is of every-day use in this county of Hereford for trimmings of hedges; that it is given by Grose as a verb in use in Warwickshire for trimming off the superfluous branches; and lastly, that it is employed as a substantive to signify shreddings by Philemon Holland, who, if I rightly remember, was many years head master of Coventry Grammar School: