corduroys corduroys

Definition(s):

  • (n) cotton trousers made of corduroy cloth

Usage(s):

  1. Never mind that he reportedly bagged Madonna for a cool $10 million to hawk Gap corduroys while singing a remix of Get Into the Groove with Missy Elliott.
  2. Dressed in faded corduroys and rough pullover, Mountbatten was a beloved and folksy figure around Mullaghmore, where he had vacationed for 35 years.

News

  1. Rain and cooler temperatures moving into the area to start the week

    It's finally time to replace shorts and T-shirts with sweaters and corduroys — forecasters say autumn is here to stay.Though summer seemed to have returned in recent days, temperatures will begin to reflect the change of seasons as rain moves into the region Monday."(Sunday) will be the last w...
    on October 7, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online

  2. Heat is expected to exit

    It's finally time to replace shorts and T-shirts with sweaters and corduroys — forecasters say autumn is here to stay.Though summer seemed to have returned in recent days, temperatures will begin to reflect the change of seasons as rain moves into the region Monday."(Sunday) will be the last w...
    on October 7, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online

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