One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He moved back close to me and started stroking my trousered thigh up and down, up and down, gently, absent-mindedly.’
- ‘As one would expect from his earlier dramatic studies of Berlin and New York, his bumper book of Shanghai is neither the work of a ragged trousered philanthropist, nor easy reading for the rabid metropolitan booster.’
- ‘Robson indicates a trousered leg: ‘I've got terrific knees, ankles and hips - no arthritis.’’
- ‘As a bar, it is filled with the kind of pretentious black-clad idiots and big - trousered skatekids I live to meet.’
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