from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Put on by stepping into.
- noun Panties with wide legs.
- noun A step-in garment.
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- noun also in plural An item of clothing which one
stepsinto to put on; specifically, women's panties.
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- noun short underpants for women or children (usually used in the plural)
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All of them were high-heeled beige step-in sandals.
This leaves the company €54 million short of the amount needed, meaning unless it can raise the funds in the open market this week, the government will need to step-in to prevent a default.
Ready to step-in is sophomore class mile record breaker Chelsey Sweinsson of Greenhill (Addison, Texas), who was fourth in this month's IAAF World Youth 1,500 meter final in Italy.
If you are, please choose the one which does best convey the meaning from the comprehensive list for the article in question: underwear underpants panties or the rarely heard: step-in scanty
I can think of no one else better to serve as Vice-President, and also in the event that she would have to step-in to take over as President if somehting were to happen to Obama.
I think these same voters would never want Palin as his step-in.
Time for a new hotty to step-in and make some mayhem. cee
Al made some step-in shots and kind of got on a roll. ''
A short-term federal step-in, replacing the executives who oversaw this recent rocky history, and breaking up the banks into constituent parts seems to me like a pretty considerable agenda for a loosely-knit group of a handful activists.
WinPT is a nice step-in solution as a portable, graphical front-end for GnuPGP, an open-source implementation of the Pretty Good Privacy encryption.