Definitions

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  • n. An undergarment.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Something that is inferior and of little worth.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • That underthing strikes me as more of a modified tire.

    Dune reboot almost a go?

  • Jean Maria Schwartz had pulled at this and that garment and underthing, with Bianca helping shield her until she emerged from the small sanctuary of two women watching out for each other in blue jeans, and other clothes she picked up, bought or found, at stops along the way.

    The Golden Vault of Jean Maria Schwartz in Heaven

  • I took a girl on a date riding once and discovered halfway through she neglected to take off her lacy underthing below her shorts.

    Itineraries and Agendas: Bicycles at Work and Play

  • I don't wear Spanx bc I can't afford them (and I don't like 'compression garments' bc they are uncomfortable to me), but I have a non-binding underthing from Kohl's that's basically like a bike short but (my, white person) flesh-toned so it doesn't show under my clothes.

    (Un)Feminist Guilty Pleasure: Spanx. - Feministing

  • Chief Executive Stuart Rose's new M&S stores are small and simmering, and there's not a dowdy underthing in sight.

    Marks & Spencer Blossoms Under Rose

  • He tried to stare at the ledge behind her right ear and not think about the white lacy underthing that was plastered against her skin.

    For The Roses

  • In his face was secrecy, knowledge, and some tragic underthing which gave him, apart from his office, a singular loneliness of figure and manner.

    The World for Sale, Volume 3.

  • Currently, if you are a woman in need of some intimate underthing in the Saudi Kingdom, your sales assistant will always be a man.

    Yahoo! Buzz Log

  • Well don’t fret because a simple stitch will have you back in your favorite underthing lickity split.

    On the Mend (Part 3)

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