Instead of trousers, some of his male customers will wear sweat-shorts this spring.
trousers will run about $165 a pair and sports jackets $465.
She wore a black silk brocade jacket and trousers with silver and jade jewelry.
Ramesh pulled down the snoring man's trousers; he lifted the bar high up, while the lawyer said, "Do it like Hanuman does on TV!"
Gracie packed up her Wellington boots, long-sleeved shirts, and trousers, and flew to Caracas with a five-liter alembic still.
He came out with his armful of coats and trousers, and threw them on the bed.
The trousers which had lain on the floor beside Hank's bed were no longer there.
He got a stinger on his trousers, Sir; but it didnt penetrate.
He won eighty dollars, and thrust it loose in his trousers pocket.
"I mean two legs in a pair of trousers," explained the junior partner, rumpling his grizzled hair with an impatient gesture.
1610s, earlier trouzes (1580s), extended from trouse (1570s), with plural ending typical of things in pairs, from Gaelic or Middle Irish triubhas "close-fitting shorts," of uncertain origin. The unexplained intrusive second -r- is perhaps by influence of drawers.