How to Pronounce trews?

Correct pronunciation for the word "trews" is [tɹˈuːz], [tɹˈuːz], [t_ɹ_ˈuː_z].

"Trews" in context

Trews is a clothing item originating in Scotland and Ireland. Most commonly associated with Highland dress, they became popular everyday attire in the 19th and 20th centuries. Traditionally, trews consisted of wool fabric dyed a variety of colors and were made from worsted wool. They are trousers typically designed with pleats, which are gathered at the waist, falling to a snugly fitting cuff at the ankle. Typical length for men's trews is between mid-calf length and knee-length and can be worn in a variety of colors and fabrics such as twill, corduroy, and cotton.

What are similar-sounding words for trews?

Usage over time for trews:

This graph shows how "trews" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

20 words made out of letters TREWS

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