denims

/ (ˈdɛnɪmz) /


pl n
  1. jeans or overalls made of denim

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How to use denims in a sentence

  • Men mostly composed the throng that alighted––big, weather-stained fellows in rough jeans and denims.

  • The dark brown and blue samples are heavier and are called denims.

    Clothing and Health | Helen Kinne
  • He stood in dirty blue denims at the top of a ladder, smearing with a soapy cloth the small panes of the barrack windows.

    Three Soldiers | John Dos Passos
  • But we're halted by a putty-faced Swede person in blue denims, who can converse and smoke a pipe at the same time.

    Torchy As A Pa | Sewell Ford
  • Officer Collin Burns got out and stared up at the motionless statue in sweat-dust stained denims.

    Brown John's Body | Winston Marks