We none of us ever do believe it of them when the little beggars are in long clothes, or first breeched for that matter.
Times never will change—to what they were when you were breeched—but that's a detail.
He was seven years old by now, breeched in corduroys, which had had time to grow rusty.
Little Edward was breeched yesterday for good and all, and was whipped into the bargain.
It was ridiculous that young Cupid should be breeched for the bidding of a lubberly half-baked ploughboy.
I was just the same when I was a boy; began to go to the devil before I was breeched.
You don't expect me to bolt out of this verandah because some poor devil painted it red before I was breeched?
He had gone bird's-nesting in the chase before he was breeched.
They saw the light in the same year as the present critic, and perhaps they ceased to be very popular before he was breeched.
France has outgrown the baby-cloaths of Count and Duke, and has breeched itself in manhood.
The lower rear portion of the human trunk; the buttocks.