Word "PANTS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(used in the plural) underpants worn by women
Synonyms:
bloomers, drawers, knickers

Crossword Clues for PANTS

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Clue Source Date
Trousers Eugene Sheffer 20 Sep 2022
Smarty-___ Universal 30 Aug 2022
Porky Pig’s lack Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2022
Rubbish underwear The Guardian Quiptic 01 Aug 2022
Suit piece Thomas Joseph 16 Jun 2022
Rubbish hill-workers deposited at back of tip The Telegraph Toughie 20 May 2022
Trousers Newsday 26 Apr 2022
See 16 The Guardian Cryptic 08 Apr 2022
Trousers Eugene Sheffer 06 Apr 2022
Trousers Newsday 22 Mar 2022
Breathes noisily The Guardian Quick 16 Feb 2022
Long pajama bottoms Universal 12 Feb 2022
What a hot dog does? The Washington Post 29 Jan 2022
What a hot dog does? LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2022
Slacks Premier Sunday 23 Jan 2022
Jeans, e.g Universal 09 Oct 2021
Underwear of poor quality The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Oct 2021
Jeans or slacks Newsday 02 Aug 2021
Trousers Newsday 26 Jul 2021
Attire for some brides USA Today 22 Apr 2021
Trousers Premier Sunday 11 Apr 2021
Slacks The Washington Post 29 Mar 2021
Slacks LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2021
Article of clothing not worn during an undie run The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Trousers Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2021
...fashion Wall Street Journal 07 Jan 2021
Puffs The Telegraph Quick 16 Sep 2020
Puffs, gasps Irish Times Simplex 29 Aug 2020
Word after hot or fancy New York Times 19 Jun 2020
Skirt alternative USA Today 08 May 2020
Huffs and puffs Universal 30 Apr 2020
Emulates a hot dog Newsday 03 Apr 2020
Jeans or bell-bottoms Newsday 11 Mar 2020
Huffs and puffs Newsday 05 Mar 2020
Slacks or jeans Newsday 04 Mar 2020
Something Winnie-the-Pooh lacks New York Times 28 Feb 2020
Underwear The Sun Two Speed 16 Nov 2019
These knickers are rubbish! The Sun Two Speed 16 Nov 2019
What a belt holds up
What a belt holds up New York Times 15 Oct 2019
Criticise tourists on vacation? Rubbish! The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Oct 2019
Is breathless Universal 30 Sep 2019
Imitates a hot dog Universal 22 Sep 2019
Suit piece Thomas Joseph 04 Jul 2019
Huffs and puffs USA Today 27 Jun 2019
Capris, e.g Universal 21 May 2019
Slacks New York Times 05 Apr 2019
Rubbish boxers? The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Mar 2019
Imitates a hot dog
Is breathless
Slacks
Capris, e.g.
Huffs and puffs
Slacks
Kind of suit Universal 28 Dec 2018
Underwear that's rubbish? The Sun Two Speed 02 Dec 2018
Puffs or gasps The Sun Two Speed 02 Dec 2018
They have legs and seats USA Today 10 Sep 2018
Breathes hard The Washington Post 19 Aug 2018
Article of apparel never worn by Winnie-the-Pooh New York Times 19 Aug 2018
Breathes hard LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
Suit part LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2018
Suit part The Washington Post 10 Aug 2018
Trousers Newsday 31 Jul 2018
Three-piece suit part Universal 22 Jun 2018
17-Across, e.g USA Today 10 May 2018
Trousers Family Time 06 May 2018
Criticise author Eliot, rubbish! The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Apr 2018
'Hot' fad of the 1970s The Washington Post Sunday 11 Mar 2018
A liar's are "on fire" USA Today 24 Feb 2018
They have legs and seats
17-Across, e.g.
Kind of suit
Suit part
A liar's are "on fire"
Article of apparel never worn by Winnie-the-Pooh
Three-piece suit part
Breathes hard
Part of a three-piece suit USA Today 28 Dec 2017
Rubbish; garment The Times Concise 24 Nov 2017
Suit part Thomas Joseph 23 Nov 2017
Useless — underwear The Guardian Quick 06 Nov 2017
Capris and clamdiggers USA Today 02 Aug 2017
Trousers or britches Universal 02 Jul 2017
Pair to press Newsday 25 Jun 2017
Pressure on workers expected to cover both legs Irish Times Crosaire 29 May 2017
Trousers Universal 15 Apr 2017
Katharine Hepburn trademark Newsday 15 Apr 2017
Gauchos or clam diggers USA Today 01 Apr 2017
Trousers
Part of a three-piece suit
Gauchos or clam diggers
Capris and clamdiggers
Trousers or britches
Jeans and khakis Newsday 30 Nov 2016
Attire for just about everywhere Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2016
Short breaths LA Times Daily 28 Aug 2016
*See 1-Across New York Times 11 Apr 2016
Briefs The Telegraph Quick 06 Mar 2016
Short breaths
Fly holder New York Times 31 Dec 2015
Donald Duck's lack Wall Street Journal 19 Dec 2015
Yearn over small underwear The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Nov 2015
Donald Duck doesn't wear any Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2015
Jeans, for example Newsday 29 Jun 2015
Imitates a boxer Universal 02 Jun 2015
Garment; rubbish The Times Concise 22 May 2015
Gasps for breath
Donald Duck's lack
Donald Duck doesn't wear any
Often-pressed pair
Imitates a boxer
Emulates a hot dog
Gap purchase
Fly holder
Jeans, for example
Jeans and khakis
Husky breaths
Khakis, e.g.
Huffs and puffs
Trousers
Gauchos, e.g.
One-third of a three-piece suit
Imitates a hot dog?
Is dog-tired?
Imitates a hot dog?
Breeches
What a hot dog does
They have seats
Cords, e.g.
They have seats
Pair of ___
Part of an outfit
Charlie Chaplin's were baggy
Gasps for breath
Liar's combustible?
They have two legs
Suit part
Alteration candidate
What suspenders suspend
They're worn by the head of the household
Part of a suit
Acts like a hot dog
Different kinds of them are split (but not in an embarrassing way) in the four starred answers
Different kinds of them are split (but not in an embarrassing way) in the four starred answers
Half a suit
What suspenders suspend
Fly holders
Imitates a hot dog
They have two legs
Uniform piece
Garment that can follow the starts of the answers to starred clues
Garment that can follow the starts of the answers to starred clues
Trousers
Suit part
A liar's are on fire, so they say
Suit piece
Trousers
Suit half
Attire for the family decision-maker?
"An article of clothing that children are always losing." "___"
Seat cover?
Seat site
Symbol of authority
They may be charmed off of you
Suit half
Capris, for example
Worldwide ___ (David Letterman production company)
Trousers
"Keep it in your ___"
Reacts breathlessly
Breathes heavily
They may be cuffed
Jeans or slacks
They cover the bottom
Is dog-tired?
Low-level coverups?
Leg warmers?
Breathes hard
Is breathless
They may be hot
Is breathless
They may be hot
Most have comfortable seats
Many have comfortable seats
Capris, e.g.
Huffs and puffs
What the one in charge wears?
Trousers
Bottoms
Suit part
Trousers
Old-fashioned symbol of authority
Seat cover?
Jeans
Imitates a hot dog
Gasps for air
Huffs and puffs
Jeans and khakis
Huffs and puffs
They have seats
Some like them hot
Clothes with belts
Some like them hot
Trousers
Unisex garment
What Mickey Mouse has that Donald Duck lacks
Half a suit
Breathes hard
One in charge wears these
Suit part
Trousers
Jacket's mate
Tailor's product
Gasps
Bell-bottoms, e.g.
Dockers, e.g.
Jacket's mate
Breathes hard
Pedal pushers
Bottoms
Dockers, e.g.
Pedal pushers, e.g.
Suit part
They have two legs
Knickerbockers
Jeans, e.g.
Breathes out loud
Clam diggers
Breeches
Is winded
One-third of a three-piece suit
They have seats
Part of a suit
Slacks
Yearns
Jodhpurs, e.g.
Cords
Levi Strauss specialty
Husky breaths
Attire for the family decision-maker?
Levi's
Kind of suit
Cords, e.g.
Dog breaths
Clam diggers, jeans, etc.
Clam diggers, e.g.
Site of a lengthy error
Sam's lengthy error
Breeches and britches
Locale of Sam's lengthy error
Jeans, e.g.
Popular garb
Sounds of exhaustion
Unisex wear
What Sam made too long
Kind of suit
Popular women's garb
Wear for head of family
Puffs
Sam's oversized output
Two-___ suit
Symbol of family authority.
Garment.
Stretch ___, popular garb.
Breeches.
Slacks.
Parts of suits.
Garments.
Symbolic garb.
Longs eagerly (for).
Jeans.
Something to wear.
"As ___ the hart for cooling streams . . . "
Heaves.
"Old Iron ___."
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