[ UK /lˈɛdəhˌə‍ʊzən/ ]
  1. leather shorts often worn with suspenders; worn especially by men and boys in Bavaria
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How To Use lederhosen In A Sentence

  • This listener, though, grew up in a land where bands weren't afraid to express themselves in fez beanies, lederhosen and greasepaint (in other words, Calgary).
  • In ‘The Radish,’ a trip through a supermarket produce aisle brings about a strange turn of events in which the narrator, after being ‘jostled’ and ‘rammed’ by other shoppers, is separated from his cart and encounters ‘a man dressed in lederhosen and an alpine hat.’
  • He was wearing extremely short khakis, somewhat reminiscent of lederhosen. SORT OF RICH
  • Happily, we encountered not one yodeller, nor a single soul wearing lederhosen.
  • Billed as “the busiest German band in Texas,” the group also includes four dancers dressed in lederhosen, dirndl, and knee socks. American Grace
  • Does the book about Germany explore the first half of the last century, or does it just have nice pictures of people dancing in lederhosen at the hofbrau? June 2006
  • Sigmund is wearing stained lederhosen, woollen socks and has a pair of disintegrating walking boots on his feet. Family ski: never say never in South Tyrol
  • I have visions of young Germans in lederhosen with their water bottles and sausages hiking around Lake Chapala, singing patriotic songs and putting up directional signs destined to become easels for young Mexican grafitti artists who will obscure whatever useless messages were printed thereon to begin with. Water Isn't and Then It Is
  • The difference between us here is maybe just that I focus on the diegetic, the storyfication, rather than the magic, because I think detectives, cowboys, lederhosen-wearing peasants and all manner of non-magical tropes are a big part of the picture. Bukiet on Brooklyn Books
  • Martin Russell Crowe, professorial, mustachioed, monocled, wedding ring, looking up from an old volume of Hölderlin, pulling up his lederhosen: You have lost your "disquiet," which means you have found the way to your innermost, purest feminine essence. Philocrites: Martin & Hannah: The movie!
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