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  • adj. Not trousered; wearing no trousers.


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un- +‎ trousered


  • If it does, revoke, O student, your shrill _eheu_ for the Greekless and untrousered savage of the canoe, suppress your feelings, and go steadily into rhabdomancy with several divining-rods, in search of the Pierian spring which must surely exist somewhere among the guttural districts of the Ojibbeway tongue.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 40, February, 1861

  • Behind her the boy, hitching up his skirts, threw himself with one knee bent beneath him, and, with a skilful ruddering of the other long, untrousered leg, started the sled.

    The Madigans

  • Similarly gibbons, far from being models of constancy, get up to all kinds of untrousered mischief whenever they're off on business trips, or the like. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The fact that the rag had to issue an apology to our occasionally untrousered Dane will have been lost in the minds of Goons who were supposed to have turned against him; I suspect a similar situation has occurred regarding how we are supposed to have turned on The Arsh for demanding a pay rise to compensate him for a higher rate of tax he finds alien.

    Le Grove


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