from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Cotton jersey pants usually having a drawstring or elasticized waist and elasticized cuffs worn especially for exercising.
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- n. Informal cotton trousers, with an elasticated or drawstring waist, used for exercise etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. loose-fitting trousers with elastic cuffs; worn by athletes
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For winter, I did spend about $100 for winter running gear, but you could run in sweatpants and sweatshirt if you want to.
There are many lifestyle benefits to running a home-based business: no commute, working in sweatpants and the array of readily available food in the kitchen refrigerator.
Tavi says she knows girls in sweatpants aren't trying to make a statement.
Quarterback Carson Palmer stood on the sideline in sweatpants, missing his second straight game and his third overall with an elbow injury.
And to Mr. Buress, you were carrying a Glock, it has no safety, don't carry it with a round cocked in sweatpants even if you were registered to carry it.
Each new luxury or touch of style supposedly recalls the golden age of flying, before price competition, security checks, and slobs in sweatpants ruined everything.
Behind her came a taller, even blonder woman in sweatpants and a polo shirt that showed a great deal of muscle.
Oakland RB LaMont Jordan was in sweatpants and didn't play as Kiffin wanted to give Dominc Rhodes a chance.
As students and fans hunted for tournament clothing Monday, they spotted a coach in sweatpants, basketball shoes and a brown leather jacket.
Seriously, some of the shit we talk on here is so important that I spill Doritos on my sweatpants from the sheer profundity of it all.