Sentence for trousers | Use trousers in a sentence

Sentences for trousers. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use trousers in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for trousers.

  • Are those trousers? (8)
  • Niels Heinrich put his hand into his trousers pocket. (12)
  • They stuffed an inner waistcoat pocket and his trousers also. (10)
  • He is dressed in a well-worn black frock-coat and pepper-and-salt trousers. (8)
  • He came out with his armful of coats and trousers, and threw them on the bed. (9)
  • He wears a long, narrow-tailed coat, and strapped trousers on his narrow legs. (8)
  • I wore, I remember, a blue frock-coat, with white trousers, and a grey top hat. (8)
  • She noticed that his trousers were very baggy and streaked at the bottoms with mud. (13)
  • From his trousers pocket he drew forth a round, tightly-rolled, blackish brown object. (12)
  • They were the trousers of a man who, according to her experience, was not a gentleman. (13)
  • Again he flicked his trousers with the letter, as though that document emphasised the fact. (8)
  • The rain had stopped, and the wind, which still kept rising, began to dry my coat and trousers. (2)
  • The frayed cravat, which showed its cotton filling, belonged to the same category as the trousers. (13)
  • There was a soft clinking, a gathering up, a shoving, and they disappeared in his trousers pocket. (12)
  • He had for the old man as much admiration as may be felt for one who cannot put his own trousers on. (8)
  • Across the centre of an unkempt bedroom Miltoun was striding, dressed only in his shirt and trousers. (8)
  • However, I am rested and grown so stout that I have positively had to let out a reef in my trousers. (14)
  • So he resisted no longer, and felt a little foolish as she eagerly and skilfully brushed his trousers. (12)
  • Short and thick, in black frock coat and trousers, and a greyish beard, he stared from one to the other. (8)
  • He moistened his lips; and complete irresolution for a moment paralysed his legs in their check trousers. (8)
  • In the lives of men an inexorable rhythm, caused by the need for trousers, not even the fondest parents can deny. (8)
  • His tweed office suit was rumpled out of shape, and there were signs of the muddy roads on his trousers and boots. (13)
  • Towards the end of the second day he was able to get up; Dawney found him sitting on the bed in shirt and trousers. (8)
  • Boardman had gone back to the coats and trousers, abandoning Dan to the subtler difficulties in which he was involved. (9)
  • He waved, and the figure in the striped tunic and trousers waved her response, apparently the same person he had quitted. (10)
  • The wound failed not to mend, the trousers were repaired: Peace about the same time was made, and the affair passed over. (10)
  • This was somewhat consoling; but he wore trousers and a waistcoat, and it could have been wished that he had not a silk hat on. (9)
  • Then he started briskly for the city, his hands thrust in his trousers pockets, his black felt hat drawn forward over his brows. (13)
  • He stared gloomily through the dusk at his patent-leather boots, and every now and then he flicked his evening trousers with the letter. (8)
  • His glance was much drawn to the very white duck trousers Weyburn had put on, for a souvenir of the approbation they had won at Marlow. (10)
  • These things looked new, and contrasted absurdly with the stained, checked trousers which, for some reason, he did not change for others. (12)
  • This morning the door-posts up and down my corridor showed not a single pair of trousers; not a pair of boots flattered the lonely doormats. (9)
  • The gentleman called Mabbey chalked his cue, and, moving his round, knock-kneed legs in their tight trousers, took up his position for the stroke. (8)

Also see sentences for: troupe, trout.

Definition of trousers:

  • trousers, trow’zrz, long breeches: a garment worn by males on the lower limbs and trussed or fastened up at the waist by braces or belt. | adj. trou’sered, wearing trousers. | n. trou’sering, material for making trousers. (0)

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