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- n. Plural form of boxer.
- n. A pair of boxer shorts
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- n. underpants worn by men
Sorry, no etymologies found.
One of my favorite boxers is Floyd Mayweather, though I've only seen him on TV.
A moment later, Buckley emerged into the night air, dressed for sleep in boxers and a T-shirt, his hair a little tousled.
A soft, sultry voice slinked downstairs to the man in boxers illuminated by the computer screenâ€ ™ s eerie blue glow.
A soft-spoken Guyanese, Morgan was coaching a stable of boxers from the West Indies, many of whom were as bighearted and as encouraging as he, their broad smiles displaying an array of gold teeth.
One of the greatest Latin American boxers of all time died on Wednesday of an apparent suicide.
From the machine which completed the matches they are taken to the "boxers" -- mostly girls and women -- who place them in little boxes.
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And there is a possibility that minimizing danger to the officers involved could also have been the rationale for preventing her from putting on more clothes — I can’t count the number of times I have seen guys in boxers in handcuffs and nothing else on reality copshows.
Okay, he had me roll over, now the boxers are a bit of a liability.
On the boxers, that is, not his actually bottom which was, thankfully obscured by the eccentric fabric.
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