noun (used with a plural verb)
Origin of trews
Examples from the Web for trews
I hae been ridin', ye ken, daddy, an' the trews fits the saiddle better nor the kilts.
So he held his trews tight, and let no darkness grow under his feet until he had reached Saddell Castle.Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales|Various
But here lieth the second difficulty—The Prince wears no boots, but simply brogues and trews.'Waverley|Sir Walter Scott
"We certainly have escaped hanging so far," said the Count, as he drew on the trews which became his well-turned leg so happily.Count Bunker|J. Storer Clouston
He wore the "trews" of tartan, which in itself showed him a man of consideration.Red Cap Tales|Samuel Rutherford Crockett