hip pocket


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hip pocket

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a pocket at the back of a pair of trousers
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Noun1.hip pocket - a pocket in rear of trousers
pocket - a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles
trouser, pant - (usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately; "he had a sharp crease in his trousers"
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hip pocket

hip pocket

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He of the yellow handkerchief and pock-marked face came toward me threateningly, but I put my hand into my hip pocket, and he hesitated.
Some of the Chinese stood in the forward part of the cockpit, near the cabin doors, and once, as I leaned over the cockpit rail to flatten down the jib-sheet a bit, I felt some one brush against my hip pocket.
He plunged one hand into his hip pocket and the other into a fresh pumpkin pie.
Pig, but you shall die for this," and, springing to his feet, he rushed upon Tarzan, tugging the meanwhile to draw a revolver from his hip pocket.
Joe shot a hand into his hip pocket and brought it out filled with small change.
In spite of his denial of having touched a drop, and of his persistent assertion that the revolver had been in his hip pocket and that he had not laid a finger to it, he was discharged from the force.
This app can provide relief at the hip pocket by shining a spotlight on the cheapest service stations along the journey.
You would not think of touring a foreign country without a decent phrase book in your hip pocket or, better yet, a good grasp of the local language.
If you make a mistake or do something great, put that in your hip pocket and learn from it.
ALTOONA, Pennsylvania -- A man carried a loaded handgun into an April Easter Vigil Mass at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament and accidentally set off the weapon in his hip pocket before the closing hymn.
Through this format, Hip Pocket generates interest from and engages with consumers, as well as generates new loans for financial institutions.
In 1991 I was at a gun show with a bit of spare cash in my wallet, but I already owned most of what was on display, I didn't reach toward my hip pocket.