Definition of Churidars

1. Noun. Tight trousers worn by people from the Indian subcontinent (typically with a kameez or kurta).

Generic synonyms: Pant, Trouser



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Churidars

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churchwardenship
churchwardenships
churchwards
churchwide
churchwoman
churchwomen
churchy
churchyard
churchyard cough
churchyard coughs
churchyards
churels
churg-strauss syndrome
churidars (current term)
churinga
churingas
churl
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churlishness
churlishnesses
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churmuri
churn
churn out
churn up
churnable

Literary usage of Churidars

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1. The Foundations of Indian Economics by Radhakamal Mukerjee (1916)
"... however, use the tailor-made garments, jamas, churidars, pyjamas, and tupis, which indicate a preponderance of the Muhammadan fashion. ..."

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