Definition of bell-bottoms in English:

bell-bottoms

Syllabification: bell-bot·toms

noun

Trousers with a marked flare below the knee: (as modifier bell-bottom) bell-bottom trousers
More example sentences
  • When the topic of dressing up comes, one would invariably think of the latest low-waist trousers and tops, bell-bottoms and a host of other designer wear.
  • Damien approached the young woman in her faded denim jean bell-bottoms and her Latin flare, colour-splashed top.
  • Remember the bell-bottoms of the '60s and '70s?

Derivatives

bell-bottomed

adjective
More example sentences
  • The bottoms of the dungaree were bell-bottomed.
  • Fashion took a step backwards as people developed nostalgia for the 70's and started wearing bell-bottomed pants and lots of flannel.
  • When I cleaned out the attic earlier this summer I unearthed it, along with some old scrapbooks and a pair of bell-bottomed jeans.

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