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leggings in Clothes topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleggingsleg‧gings /ˈleɡɪŋz/ noun [plural]  1 DCCtight trousers for women, which stretch to fit the shape of your body2 DCCa pair of trousers that you wear over other clothes to protect your legs
Examples from the Corpus
leggingsMaeve ordered him to be stripped of his travel-stained jerkin and leggings.She was dressed in colorful leggings and a sweatshirt.His fur leggings became saturated as he paced around the edge.Soft knee-high boots, fashioned of calf-hide for light indoor use, were laced about his leggings.Brown canvas laced leggings and black leather shoes completed the outfit.Cute jogging shorts, tops, leggings.Jeans reduced from £39.99 to £19.99, wool leggings reduced from £27.99 to £19.99, jackets from Pounds 119 to £59.99.