Some articles on pants:
... where girls cannot wear the girls' dress pants and must wear the boys style pants ... (to be worn from Thanksgiving to Easter), and grey dress pants or kilt ...
... Antsy Pants is the debut album by the folk band Antsy Pants. ...
... A quality Snowboarding Pants help keep away water and snow from entering the body ... Another feature to prevent snow from entering the pants is an open bottom with gaiter of lightweight and moisture-resistant fabric which is attached inside the ... Pants with sealed seems will also keep the body dry and comfortable ...
... uniform was checked tops with half centimetre white and brown check boxes and chocolate pants till 1983 ... was cream coloured shirt and chocolate pants ... During 1985 it changed to a lighter shade of chocolate shirt and chocolate pants with black shoes ...
... the league), the official San Francisco 49ers onfield jersey, pants and socks will be manufactured by Nike, along with other uniform paraphernalia (undershirts ... football teams in the NCAA.The new design utilizes more breathable fabrics on the jerseys and pants striping (and more moisture-resistant fabrics overall), and a new stretchable "Flywire" elastic stitching on the ... the hip area that truncates the top portion of the pants stripes have been implemented, as well as lighter, aluminum d-rings for securing the belt straps ...
More definitions of "pants":
- (noun): (usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately.
Famous quotes containing the word pants:
“This is not a book. This is libel, slander, defamation of character. This is not a book, in the ordinary sense of the word. No, this is a prolonged insult, a gob of spit in the face of Art, a kick in the pants to God, Man, Destiny, Time, Love, Beauty ... what you will. I am going to sing for you, a little off key perhaps, but I will sing.”
—Henry Miller (18911980)
“And girls you have to tell to pull their socks up
Are those whose pants youd most like to pull down.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“There was a young fellow called Lancelot
Whom his neighbors all looked on askance a lot.
Whenever hed pass
A presentable lass,
The front of his pants would advance a lot.”