Synonym: breeches, trousers. Similar words: pant, participant, accomplishments, pan, panic, panel, expand, company. Meaning: [pænts] n. underpants worn by women.
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1. You can't wear the red pants.
2. Mr. Jay wears the pants in that family.
3. I put on my bra and pants.
4. Bell-bottomed pants are out of fashion now.
5. She was wearing dark blue pants and a white sweater.
6. Your pants fit perfectly.
7. I've known him since he was in short pants.
8. You'll bore the pants off your grandchildren.
9. Those pants only just fit you now.
10. He rushed out in pants.
11. Do we have to watch this pants programme?
12. Do you have these pants in a size 12?
13. Sunbathing bores the pants off me.
14. My new pair of pants is being altered.
15. I've known Eric since he was in short pants.
16. He was so frightened that he wet his pants.
17. She always bores the pants off me.
18. The place is pants[sentencedict.com], yet so popular.
19. Don't tell me you've split another pair of pants!
20. His breath came in short pants.
21. Their new CD is absolute pants!
22. He was wearing riding pants, high boots, and spurs.
23. He dropped his pants.
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24. He put on a pair of short pants and an undershirt.
25. Anyone can tell that she wears the pants in that family.
26. I shit my pants when all the lights went out.
27. It had a saddle with springs sticking out, which wore away the seat of my pants.
28. After the devastating attack on its military bases, the country was determined not to be caught with its pants down a second time.
29. Walking in the surf, she had to roll her pants up to her knees.
30. Sometimes you'll get back and find that things have changed, so you'll be flying by the seat of your pants for a while.
More similar words: pant, participant, accomplishments, pan, panic, panel, expand, company, Spanish, Hispanic, accompany, pandemic, companion, expansion, keep an eye on, keep company with, can't, want, giant, grant, plant, infant, peasant, elegant, fantasy, instant, distant, merchant, quantity, pedantic.