Jodhpurs (noun)

Jodhpurs are a type of tight-fitting trousers that are flared out at the ankle, worn by equestrians, particularly for horse riding and show jumping.

Origin:

The word jodhpurs is derived from the name of the city jodhpur in rajasthan, india, where they were originally worn by indian cavalry.

Examples:

  1. She wore jodhpurs while horseback riding.
  2. He competed in the show jumping event wearing jodhpurs.
  3. Jodhpurs are worn by equestrians for horse riding and show jumping.
  4. Jodhpurs are tight-fitting trousers that flare out at the ankle.
  5. Jodhpurs are typically made of a durable and stretchy material such as denim or leather.
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