Did you perchance mean knackered?
- knicker + -ed (Wiktionary)
“The Christian Dior Fall-Winter 2011 collection reflected ultra-feminine, flirty styles from the early 20th century - and seemed primed for flappers, knickered ruffians, and ladies in their boudoirs, writes the Journal's Christina Binkley.”
“At the Stockbroking firm where I worked, many years ago, a Senior Secretary got absolutely "ratted" at the Xmas party and was unceremoniously de-knickered and, dare I say it, "bonked" on the Senior Partner ` s magnificent, leather topped mahogony desk.”
“Also in the 1960s, he trotted out knickered suits and rugged safari jackets -- looks imbued with a no-nonsense confidence that gave women a jauntiness that frothy frocks couldn't.”
“But the impression on our minds was extraordinary; the sight of that picket at the ford, and those ardent, happy faces whirls in my head; the old aboriginal awoke in both of us and knickered like a stallion.”
“And with a loose-knickered mum, who's flitted from man to man since the boy was born.”
“Edged metal knickered about, but mindlessly: nothing came back to attack again.”
“He marked my promotion by giving me a copy of a Victorian cartoon from Punch magazine, which showed John Bull carrying a frilly-knickered woman across his shoulder towards the Speaker's chair.”
“Frost became engrossed in a paperback whose cover depicted a large, leather-knickered, bare-chested Amazon thrashing the posterior of a buxom, bare-buttocked blonde.”
“George stood in a teapot attitude: one hand in his jacket pocket, the other on the back of a chair; one neatly knickered leg straight, one bent.”
“Felicity, busy at the mirror, turned an instant to follow with a dispassionate eye the slight, knickered figure crossing the room.”
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