Synonyms for Slacks:
n.baggies, breeches, bottoms, chinos, Chaps, britches, cargo pants, capri pants, bell-bottoms. •clothing (noun)
jumper, pillbox, fez, camisole, attire, crinoline, hat, habit, shoes, caftan, pyjamas, sweater, dress, dinner jacket, evening gown, coat, jacket, cloak, kilt, housecoat, fur, blazer, trimming, sweat suit, smoking jacket, sari, frock, garb, pea coat, dressing gown, raiment, clothes, robe, pull over, wrap, kimono, clothing, panties, scarf, bathrobe, pants, cape, petticoat, fedora, ensemble, headdress, shawl, smock, vestment, pajamas, stockings, jersey, sweat shirt, blouse, mackintosh, nightgown, halter, t-shirt, boot, sarong, apparel, shorts, duds, chemise, chapeau, turtle-neck, topcoat, bowler, corset, sports coat, vesture, v neck, shirt, footgear, wrapper, garment, ulster, suit, overcoat, greatcoat, outfit, trousers, parka, afghan, raincoat, tuxedo, trench coat, brassiere, bonnet, beret, costume, pinafore, stetson, skirt, windbreaker, blue jeans, slicker, tunic, homburg, array, burnoose, poncho, doublet, gown.
•clothing (plural) (noun)
dinner jackets, outfits, Habits, saris, shawls, sweat suits, v-necks, tunics, Stetsons, costumes, hats, raincoats, berets, brassieres, slickers, trench coats, chemises, evening gowns, smocks, wraps, caftans, garments, windbreakers, bathrobes, apparels, trimmings, Ponchos, housecoats, headdresses, dresses, sarongs, bonnets, pinafores, Afghans, jumpers, suits, shirts, ensembles, pull-overs, pea coats, petticoats, Scarves, nightgowns, Doublets, blazers, coats, kilts, gowns, greatcoats, burnooses, skirts, pillboxes, blouses, camisoles, topcoats, sweaters, corsets, halters, cloaks, turtle-necks, furs, sweat shirts, bowlers, vestures, garbs, Boots, vestments, capes, frocks, crinolines, jackets, sports coats, fedoras, Jerseys, kimonos, parkas, overcoats, robes, tuxedoes, dressing gowns, mackintoshes, wrappers, smoking jackets, t-shirts.
Usage examples for slacks
In a room of an upper storey near the town hall a choir was singing the Hallelujah Chorus, and below, on the pavement, a hospital nurse, in a red wig, stood gravely listening, swaying to and fro, holding her skirts high, so that we saw beneath the broad slacks of an able seaman. – Waiting for Daylight by Henry Major Tomlinson