Pants, slangily

The clue "Pants, slangily" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on January 9 2020.

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R O U

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New York Times Clues January 09, 2020

I.T. support desk service
"Down goes Frazier!" caller
Heated house for chicks
Like Looney Tunes, theatrically
Jane Eyre or Wonder Woman
Spicy
More than some
Characteristic
Cook and Curry
Spanish boy's name related to the sixth month of the year
Baby in a rare birth
They leave in the spring
Clarifying phrase
Harbor sight
Letter in the last third of the NATO alphabet
Couches
Capital of the U.S. for 54 days in 1784
Plus
Meditation mantras
Not interpret correctly
Indonesian money
How tied N.F.L. games are resolved, for short
Common sport fish
Pants, slangily
Bit of foppish attire
Drum kit, by another name
Not so brave and determined
Brave and determined
"You'll never beat my score!"
Lock
Shakespeare contemporary
Comedian Jimmy
Longtime "Today" forecaster
Amusing incongruities
Friendless
Make like
When an opera's musical themes may be established
Bit of headwear that often has jewels
Cry at night
Mince words?
Annual winter/spring observance
Sets up ahead of time, in jargon
What some say God is to them
"Leave this to me"
Religious group
Part of the conjugation of the Latin "esse"
Permissive
Captive's plea
Spicy Indian fritters
Textbook unit
P.D. alert
"For one thing ..."
"Indeed!," colloquially
Remove forcefully
Go from one place to another
Principle
Lure
Oppressive atmosphere
Get with the program?
Texas city on the Mexican border
Window dressing
"Midnight's Children" novelist, 1981
First country to establish Christianity as its state religion
Sailor vis-à-vis a sail
Lathers up
Go (for)
French port on the Mediterranean
Tool with a pointed blade
Large beverage dispenser
Capital of Albania
Drag
Stepped