vb. (en-past of: blouse)
Usage examples of "bloused".
He was almost glad the house was so dark because he felt ridiculous: sitting here in his blacked-out raid wear, Kevlar vest, and bloused BDU pants, surrounded by lace antimacassars, crochet work, and frilly doilies.
Baggy green pants were bloused out over black boots — but the toes of the boots had been cut off, Jack saw, to allow the Wolf's long-nailed, hairy toes to protrude.
His pants were the same light wool as Sloat's pants, only here they were bloused into black boots.
Wearing their wings, their boots polished, the trousers bloused into the boots, off they went.
They did not receive the $50 per month bonus, they had no special badges, they did not wear boots and bloused trousers.
I felt my gut tensing as I rose to my feet, but I folded Constantine's letter carefully and slid it into the bosom of my gown where it bloused over the waist cord.
This morning, his color scheme was off-white, from the cream-colored taband binding his damp hair back, down through a wan sieved pigskin tunic, down to heavy silk trousers gathered tightly at waist and bloused at the ankles over lambskin boots.
He was dressed in a white cotton tunic with matching pantaloons bloused into the tops of his boots: good workout clothes.
The top's loose and everything's kind'a bloused, so it should give me the look.
His companion was dressed in a fancy bloused top and tights, with fancy pointed boots, and had features far different from those seen in the village-lighter, sharper, with long hair, a black goatee, and a moustache that must have been half wax.