corduroys

[ kawr-duh-roi, kawr-duh-roi ]SEE DEFINITION OF corduroys
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The second girl is in rags, and a shawl; and the second youth in shirt and corduroys.

So neat in his dress was Sanders, that he was seldom seen abroad in corduroys.

Possibly my friend, the Faded Misanthrope in corduroys, is station-master.

A large man in corduroys and top boots advanced to meet Carley.

Some of our own contemporaries we hate particularly; Cobbett, for instance, and other bad fellows in fustian and corduroys.

His hands were precipitately plunged into the inmost recesses of his corduroys.

Lorraine felt thrills as she hurried into the corduroys, leggings, and smock that had been placed ready for her.

The sandy roads wound over the hills, down the ravines, along the corduroys and float-bridges.

Other disguises were resorted to; one of the commonest being to change clothes or to turn your corduroys outside in.

My host had fixed his feet upon the fender—the unemployed hand was in his corduroys.

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