Trouser in a sentence as a noun

?.I keep my phone in a front trouser pocket.

"I washed mine by accident, left it in my trouser pocket.

Screens can work again skin though thin cotton trouser pockets.

Wouldn't fit in a trouser pocket but would fit in my coat's inside pocket.

It is a fantastic bit of kit that fits in baggy trouser pockets fine, or in a handbag.

Riding a bicycle would snag the trouser leg occasionally.

They might try a wide range of scenarios, from 'oops, I forgot I left that gun in my trouser pocket'[1] through to 'can little Molly sneak an extra-large toothpaste?

For example, if my iPod Touch were half a centimeter taller, wider and deeper, it might not be possible to put it in a trouser pocket horizontally.

I'm also rather athletic in build, so a device the size and weight of an iphone is just within the bounds of what I consider acceptable to carry all day in a front trouser pocket.

The article has been updated to say front or back trouser pockets, I quote:"Even the most recent smartphones are not designed to be put in trouser pockets - front or back - where they are going to be under the most chassis strain.

The goat major claimed he did it out of compassion for the goat, but this failed to impress the court.> Another royal fusilier goat earned the nickname "the rebel", after he butted a colonel while he was stooped over fixing his uniform's trouser-strap.

Trouser definitions


(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"

See also: pant


a garment (or part of a garment) designed for or relating to trousers; "in his trouser's pocket"; "he ripped his left trouser on the fence"