View definitions for pant
verb as in gasp for air
That “seat of the pants” feeling is what reminds you that gravity is pulling you straight down, for example.
You’ve been working from your apartment for 342 days, and you haven’t worn real pants in months.
For instance, we can say with mathematical certainty that a straw, a T-shirt and a pair of pants are all topologically different objects because their homology groups are different.
John Quincy Adams was the first president to ditch knee breeches for long pants on his big day, in 1825.
Here are the three pairs of fleece-lined pants that are getting me through this winter.
Finding a great T-shirt or a great cigarette pant in a good fabric is next to impossible.
“He would just sit in front of us, staring at us and kind of doing this really slow pant in our face,” Mellon says.
The star fell from grace like a leather jogging pant-clad, tattooed Lucifer.
Earlier this week, news broke that Lululemon was recalling its Luon pant on account of ‘sheerness’.
Three years ago, fashion would have labeled these the new harem pant, but now that moment is over.
Somebody had scuffed his right shoe in getting out and now he pulled up the pant leg of his dark grey suit to study it ruefully.
His grief was superb, a splendid grief, masculine and strong, which compressed his lips and made him pant.
Robinson now began to pant audibly, and finding he could not shake the hunter off, he with some reluctance prepared another game.
We soon lost her, for we often paused to pant and lean against one another for a moment's respite in this strange memorable race.
But he laboured on with the disabled scissors, and only succeeded in scratching the smooth marble a little; he stopped to pant.
On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pant, such as: blow, breathe, breathe heavily, chuff, gulp, and heave.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.