Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of step-in.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Presumably not gents 'knee-length step-ins," I said dryly.

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  • The ridiculous Wolfson and the pathetic Terry McAuliffe aren't fit to wash George's step-ins.

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  • In the mornings, when an Orthodox Jewish male thanks God shelo asani isha, “for not making me a woman,” Rabbi Rosenzweig prays: “Blessed art Thou, O LORD our God, king of the universe, who hast made me to wear high-cut step-ins, and sometimes boyshorts.”

    Shabbes the rabbi wore panties

  • In the old days, women wore so many girdles, corsets, pantaloons, bloomers, stockings, garters, step-ins and God knows what all that you had to practically be a prospector to get to first base . . . to even find first base.

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  • His masculine hands looked clumsy as they lifted out the costume slip and miniature "dancing set" -- brassiere and step-ins -- all matching, of filmiest white chiffon and lace.

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  • Curry was strictly a jump-shooter, although he created four of his looks off the dribble, either using shot fakes and step-ins (in the left corner), or coming off screens (on the right wing) to free up firing space.

    SI.com

  • Curry was strictly a jump-shooter, although he created four of his looks off the dribble, either using shot fakes and step-ins (in the left corner), or coming off screens (on the right wing) to free up firing space.

    SI.com

  • Curry was strictly a jump-shooter, although he created four of his looks off the dribble, either using shot fakes and step-ins (in the left corner), or coming off screens (on the right wing) to free up firing space.

    CNN.com

  • My very proper grandmother -- who ran a business and raised children before she had the right to vote -- called undies, "step-ins".

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  • My very proper grandmother -- who ran a business and raised children before she had the right to vote -- called undies, "step-ins".

    chicagotribune.com - News

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