jeaned

jeaned

(dʒiːnd)
adj
wearing jeans
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Suki clearly loves skinny jeaned musician types, while Miles' former girlfriends include northern supermodel Agyness Deyn.
Steve Jobs dodged cancer's upper cut for such a long while, but the spotlight finally caught the gauntness of his face, the thinning of his blue jeaned legs, the look of inevitability in his brilliant eyes.
Rhoda Love, 73, got down on the floor of her south Eugene home on her blue jeaned knees, gazed at photographs of her mop-headed son frozen in play, and mused.
He's fine,'' she says defensively, flicking back her new brown locks and crossing her jeaned legs topped with sexy red Vivienne Westwood mules.
Although the photos never show Sheila's entire body or mutilated head--we learn her throat had been slashed and her face shot--they do show the walls and floor covered with blood, and quick shots of Sheila's hands and bloody jeaned legs.
Armanied, jeaned and kente-clothed, praising Allah and Jesus and Du Bois and Malcolm and King and Rosa Parks they hugged and shouted and cried, vowing to fight racism and to take unity and responsibility back to their communities.
The voice which emitted from her small, T-shirt and jeaned frame was a curious mix of child treble and grown-up soprano.