bell-bottomed


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Adj.1.bell-bottomed - (of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottombell-bottomed - (of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottom; "bell-bottomed trousers"
bottomed - having a bottom of a specified character
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bell-bottomed

[ˈbelˈbɒtəmd] ADJ [trousers] → acampanado
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MODEL Gigi Hadid channelled her Charlie's Angel as she stepped out in a striking bell-bottomed headto-toe leather ensemble.
Back in my day, all it took was a bell-bottomed catsuit with a padded crotch, a daft name, some "bad" soul records and you were away.
The Bay City Rollers wowed the tartanrimmed, bell-bottomed, platform-wearing crowd with vintage tracks Shang-a-lang and Bye Bye Baby.
Khan plays a struggling extra who dies attempting to prevent the murder of an idolised heroine in the bell-bottomed 1970s.
As long as we don't also bring back bell-bottomed denims and feather-cut hairdos, OK?
Another infamous blooper was the bell-bottomed Arnold Scaasi pantsuit worn by Barbra Streisand to the 1969 ceremony.
After showing how 13ers have rejected the Boomer sixties esthetic, Howe and Strauss note that "like tie-dyed Marlena Baxter, making a living selling falafel to Grateful Deadheads, or like bell-bottomed Olivia D'Abo, cast as a hippieish girl in The Wonder Years, 13ers know how to present a Boomerish front when it works to their advantage.
To build bridges and docks, loggers took baldcypress out of the seasonally flooded swamps beside the river, but they left the largest trees because the bell-bottomed giants had been hollowed by dry rot.