Breeches

Breeches (z {respell|BRICH|əz}) are an article of clothing covering the body from the waist down, with separate coverings for each leg, usually stopping just below the knee, though in some cases reaching to the ankles. The breeches were normally closed and fastened about the leg, along its open seams at varied lengths, and to the knee, by either ...
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Breeches

• (n. pl.) Trousers; pantaloons. • (n. pl.) A garment worn by men, covering the hips and thighs; smallclothes.
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breeches

knee breeches noun trousers ending above the knee
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Breeches

Breech'es noun plural [ Middle English brech , brek , Anglo-Saxon brēk , plural of brōc breech, breeches; akin to Icelandic brōk breeches, ODan. brog , Dutch broek , German bruch ; confer Latin bracae , braccae
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Breeches

Breeches are leg coverings, usually ending just above or just below the knees. Breeches were in use among the Babylonians and other ancient peoples as well as among the moderns. In Europe we find them first used among the Gauls; hence the Romans called a part of Gaul breeched Gaul. Trousers are longer and looser than the breeches that used to be wo...
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breeches

knee-length, fitted riding pants worn with tall English boots.
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Breeches

Longer hair on the back of the upper hind legs.
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Breeches

The fringe-like hair on long-coated dogs that grows on the upper and sometimes lower thighs. Also known as culottes, pants and trousers.
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Breeches

Underpants, usually composed of two parts. The chausses were united with it only from the fifteenth century.
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Breeches

white, knee-length trousers made of robust material; side fastening must be on the non-sword-arm side, and legs must have fastenings below the knees
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Breeches

white, knee-length trousers made of robust material; side fastening must be on the non-sword-arm side, and legs must have fastenings below the knees
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breeches

[n] - trousers ending above the knee
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