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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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britchesbritch‧es /ˈbrɪtʃɪz/ noun [plural] old-fashioned  DCCtrousers
Examples from the Corpus
britchesEzra slid off the high bed and into his britches.That fact hardly caught the military brass stooped over $ 1,000 toilet seats with their britches down.Sexy underwear's got nothing on thermal britches and vests when it comes to keeping you cosy in the depths of winter.
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