1. (used in the plural) trousers with legs that flare; worn by sailors; absurdly wide hems were fashionable in the 1960s
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How To Use bell-bottoms In A Sentence

  • The girl, who answered to ‘Lee’, looked positively hippie in her black corduroy bell-bottoms and paisley smock with flare-sleeves.
  • In the last few years, we had a revival of 60s and 70s fashion, with turtlenecks, bell-bottoms and jeans cut to fray dominating the landscape.
  • Christina was wearing her hair up in a ponytail, she had high heels that made her seem almost to be Toby's height, pink bell-bottoms, and a baby blue short halter-top.
  • She kept arguing, but in the end, he found an imitation hippie outfit with serious bell-bottoms and a tye-dye shirt that she consented to wear.
  • Rose had on a white T-shirt and white pants with frilly bell-bottoms, and she was carrying a toy car.
  • Bell-bottoms soon gave way to flared jeans in the 1970s as the disco movement broke out, many found solace away from the introduction of miniskirts and 'bovver' boots by hiding within the glam rock circle, dressing in glittery outfits and tight tops. Press Releases | Press Release Distribution | Submit Press Release
  • Bell-bottoms are a fashion statement.
  • When Matt arrives at the doorway, he's wearing not only the glasses but also bell-bottoms.
  • Remember the bell-bottoms of the '60s and '70s?
  • If you need an extra outfit, you can pair yesterday's top with the bell-bottoms from the day before.
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