- breeches; riding breeches; chausses; jodhpurs; pantaloons; jods
- The boy put on his breeches and went out for a ride.
- The king wore lambswool breeches and a quilted doublet yet somehow he looked as stiff and uncomfortable as if he had been clad in plate and mail.
- As if I couldn't get a better beau than that old maid in britches.
- The breeches are the latest trend for pants.
- For one thing many experiences demand a substantial outlay on commodities: horses hounds and jodhpurs for example.
- Clothing especially breeches or shoes made from buckskin.
- Breeches: trousers worn specifically for riding.
- Then only was he permitted to be seen spectacularly poring over large books and casting his breeches and gaiters into the general weight of the establishment.
- They were in full elizabethan costume including doublet and hose.
- She's just bought herself a pair of jodhpurs even though she's only ever been riding once before.
- I've come to apologize for acting too big for my britches.
- For him color means matching his stockings and breeches!
- A dumpy schoolgirl in jodhpurs.
- A fat man in breeches and gaiters.
- The bruce's brother thomas fitzgerald silken knight perkin warbeck york's false scion in breeches of silk of whiterose ivory wonder of a day and lambert simnel with a tail of nans and sutlers a scullion crowned.