knickers

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Knickerbockers

He was a student at Notre Dame, a robust Joe-College kind of kid, husky and tall and always dressed in plus-four knickers.

A mild exclamation of annoyance
Women's underpants

The debate here is not over whether raising £26,000 (and counting) for our troops is a wonderful thing – it unarguably is – but over whether, whenever times are tough and money must be found, our default reaction as women should be to take off our knickers to help out?.

If someone is getting their knickers in a twist about something, they are getting annoyed or upset about it without good reason
loose-fitting short pants gathered at the knee
pants that end just below the knee where they are gathered to a band or strap
{i} short pants that are gathered at the knee; underpants, underwear (British)
(usually in the plural) underpants worn by women; "she was afraid that her bloomers might have been showing"
Womens panties
trousers ending above the knee
The form knicker is used as a modifier
Knickers are a piece of underwear worn by women and girls which have holes for the legs and elastic around the waist to hold them up. She bought Ann two bras and six pairs of knickers
Baggy trousers worn by golfers in the 1930s They were called "plus fours" because they were cut off four inches below the knee, then tucked into long socks Plus fours have disappeared from golf courses, and the only golfing apparel anything like them that exists today is a much more appealing form of attire, worn by women, known as "minus tens "
A fairly mild exclamation of annoyance
French knickers
A type of full-fitting women's underwear

For this reason, any woman would much, much rather receive a pair of silk French knickers trimmed with antique lace that require handwashing in Evian water and which she will never actually wear than the three-pack of tummy-control pants from M&S; that she desperately needs.

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Despite all the attention focused on Beth, when Gossip performs, they are without doubt a band: Nathan and Hannah Billie, the drummer, being just as cartoon charismatic as Beth herself, though perhaps less likely to strip to their knicks and dive-bomb the crowd.

all fur coat and no knickers
Having a superficially positive appearance that is belied by the reality, e.g., superficially elegant and beautiful but actually sleazy

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get one's knickers in a knot
Alternative form of get one's knickers in a bunch
get one's knickers in a twist
To become overwrought or unnecessarily upset over a trivial matter
gym knickers
Large girls' underpants traditionally worn as shorts during school sports activities

I remember being forced to do cross-country runs in horrible navy gym knickers, which is a nightmare when you're not exactly built like Paula Radcliffe .

knicker
Of or relating to knickers

knicker elastic.

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Alan Whickers
witches' knickers
plastic bags snagged in trees and bushes
knicker
A small ball of clay, baked hard and oiled, used as a marble by boys in playing
knickers

    Silbentrennung

    knick·ers

    Türkische aussprache

    nîkırz

    Aussprache

    /ˈnəkərz/ /ˈnɪkɜrz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ni-k&rz ] (noun plural.) 1881. Short for knickerbockers.

    Wort des Tages

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