inseam

noun in·seam \ ˈin-ˌsēm \

Definition of inseam

:the seam on the inside of the leg of a pair of pants; also :the length of this seam

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First Known Use of inseam

1886


INSEAM Defined for English Language Learners

inseam

noun

Definition of inseam for English Language Learners

  • : the line where two parts of a pair of pants are sewn together from the top of the inside of the leg to the bottom; also : the length of this line



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