from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A woman's undergarment combining a camisole top and panties.
- n. A teddy bear.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Abbreviation of teddy bear.
- n. By extension, any stuffed toy.
- n. A type of all-in-one piece of women's underwear.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The interest in teddy bears would become very popular in society.
Health insurance was in teddy Roosevelt's Progressive Party platform ... what's taking so long?
Wed 10/14/09 9: 29 AM teddy is the oldest looking high school kid ever. .i actually have taken a 180 turn on Ade. i actually enjoyed navid being a virgin and still being respectful to Ade. to sleep with him out of fake lust for teddy was just wrong so i think she got what she deserved. i cant believe i just commented about 90210 …
The name teddy bear comes from President Theodore Roosevelt.
I wish I’d had some of that spongy white stuff they put in teddy bears.
A British schoolteacher spent time in a Sudanese jail after she allowed her students to name teddy bears after Mohammed.
What I've been sleeping in for the past two years could be called a teddy, but only if it's understood that the word is not synonymous with a slinky negligee, but strictly a nod to women's nightwear worn during the first Roosevelt administration.
My son Jack named his teddy bear Monkey Butt, and my son Zeke named his gold fish Fish Stick.
Likewise, it is silent on the matter of whether one can name a teddy bear after Mohammed.
Contrary to reassurances from the Sudanese embassy in London, Gillian Gibbons, the British teacher in Khartoum who did not realize naming a teddy bear Muhammad was verboten, has been charged with blasphemy, inciting hatred, and insulting Islam.
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