chaparajos (ˌʃæpəˈreɪəʊs, Spanish tʃapaˈraxos)
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How to use chaparejos in a sentence
She unbuttoned the flap on a pocket of her chaparejos, and handed him a small parcel wrapped in sky-blue paper.
Old Man Selden balanced his glass on one peaked knee while he reached into a pocket of his chaparejos for a plug of tobacco.
He took a pair of leather chaparejos from the bed, regarded them doubtfully and threw them back.Stepsons of Light|Eugene Manlove Rhodes
Why, a tide that washes up to a wayfarer's feet a pair o' chaparejos like that—well!
Anybody must needs be a devil of a fellow who went about in "shaps," as his California cousins called chaparejos.