The ragged one thrust his hands in the pockets of his chaparejos.
The Boy thrust the medal into a pocket of his chaparejos, and crawled into his snow-covered bed.
She unbuttoned the flap on a pocket of her chaparejos, and handed him a small parcel wrapped in sky-blue paper.
Why, a tide that washes up to a wayfarer's feet a pair o' chaparejos like that—well!
Apropos of protecting your legs, there remains still the question of chaparejos or chaps.
Old Man Selden balanced his glass on one peaked knee while he reached into a pocket of his chaparejos for a plug of tobacco.
1844, American English, short for chaparejos, from Mexican Spanish chaparreras, overalls worn to protect from chaparro (see chaparral).
"jaws, cheeks," from chap (n.), 1550s, of unknown origin. Hence, chap-fallen (1590s).