Definition of inseam
: the seam on the inside of the leg of a pair of pants; also : the length of this seam
Recent Examples of inseam from the Web
The bespoke steel tube frame is narrow at the rider’s inseam giving a seat height of 27.2 inches.
Chris Pratt is here to prove that the trunks—which have a four-inch inseam—aren’t just for Justin Bieber types.
The most popular line in the store is the denim, primarily because Peter Manning is one of the few menswear brands to make a twenty-seven-inch inseam.
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First Known Use of inseam
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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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