Recent Examples of capri pants from the Web
Katherine, who is English and was outfitted in an athletic jacket and capri pants, was irrepressible with stories about the day—the excitement of finally being able to demonstrate.
Rafael Nadal, a 17-year-old swashbuckling Spaniard in a muscle shirt and capri pants bursts onto the tennis scene on Key Biscayne in 2004.
From the middle, Brock Pierce, 37, the leader of the Puertopia movement, emerged wearing drop crotch capri pants, a black vest that almost hit his knees and a large black felt hat.
Cheryl was sitting next to her husband, wearing a red blouse and balancing a salad on the knee of her capri pants.
Saturday was such a beautiful day—sunny, colorful with all the blooming flowers and trees, and warm enough for capri pants and a short sleeve shirt.
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Origin and Etymology of capri pants
First Known Use: 1952See Words from the same year
CAPRI PANTS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of capri pants for English Language Learners
: close-fitting women's pants that end above the ankle
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