Is there any man who cannot count a dozen pantaloons in his own social circle?
Then I could have dressed Maria up in pantaloons, and made a grandfather of her.
He bounced out of bed and pulled on his pantaloons, and was down-stairs in a minute.
I think I shall have to get some one to reseat my pantaloons.'
There was nothing outré about either the shirt, the pantaloons, the head-dress, or foot-gear.
The waiters are all dressed in white jackets, pantaloons, and aprons.
We have brought the star of Minerva down from the breast to the pantaloons.
We (and the conductor) used our handkerchiefs, and the driver his pantaloons and sleeves.
I am obliged to send to London for my pantaloons: that comes of being a Lemercier.
Finally I came to my pantaloons, at which I naturally hesitated.