suspendered

suspendered

(səˈspɛndəd)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) wearing suspenders
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Dube, a bow-tied and suspendered mathematician who once taught at New York University, founded IPsoft in 1998, but it was in 2014 that the company launched what is now its flagship product, Amelia.
I've thought often of Arbus's unforgettable image of a skinny kid dressed in embarrassing suspendered shorts, holding a toy grenade with an exaggerated grimace that seems to paralyze his whole body.
Finally the twins are brought back to the train station by the suspendered Major Powell, and their parents ask how they liked the tour.
And to think that this time last week, Harry might have been looking at a suspendered sentence .
For seven years, those three children have listened in rapt attention to whatever the suspendered Kesey is reading from that book.
But don't let that give you an image of suspendered old folks peering through binoculars.
Johnny Westbrook, for example, another teacher of another sort: short, of greater girth than height, hair oiled and pushed straight back, roomy pants, suspendered, a white shirt always wet with perspiration.
As to the suspendered big boss, who reveled in Raines's cocky attitude at industry conclaves and seemed to envy Raines's dash and decisiveness, relatively little is mentioned by Mnookin of the Times's business fortunes on Young Arthur's watch.
Women in white veiling and aprons and men in black, suspendered pants bustle about the kitchen as guests wait at long, oilcloth-covered tables.
Maybe, I should change my answer machine message to 'Hi, I'm Tara the lawyer and I would like to give you a suspendered sentence
1); the pastel costumes and back-cloth by Loquasto--negligee-style dresses for the women, shirts and suspendered pants for the men, sloping terrain and leaning trees on the cyclorama.
Certainly not because they are meeting with the suspendered and balding 62-year-old leaders of the A.