[ noun breech; verb breech, brich ]SEE DEFINITION OF breeched

Antonyms for breeched

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He became an inexplicable creature; a breeched and booted Sphinx.

Any one who is breeched can obtain a licence in our noble country.

Times never will change—to what they were when you were breeched—but that's a detail.

Little Edward was breeched yesterday for good and all, and was whipped into the bargain.

I was just the same when I was a boy; began to go to the devil before I was breeched.

He had gone bird's-nesting in the chase before he was breeched.

Ever since he had been breeched ill-fortune had marked him for her own.

We none of us ever do believe it of them when the little beggars are in long clothes, or first breeched for that matter.

France has outgrown the baby-cloaths of Count and Duke, and has breeched itself in manhood.

But, if yours are the ideas of full-blown jackets, bear in mind that our enemies are coated and breeched.