Knicker ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Knicker ( noun )

  1. A type of underpants or shorts worn by men and boys, which covers the area from the waist to just above the knee.
  2. A women's undergarment that covers the lower part of the body and extends down to the upper thigh.

Origin:

From middle english knikkere, from old english cnicer, cnicer, cneccer, from old french nicher, from nichon (nipple, bud).

Examples:

  1. He wore a pair of black knickers with his kilt.
  2. The boy was wearing knickers and a t-shirt.
  3. The knickers were made of silk and lace.
  4. She wore a pair of white knickers under her dress.
  5. The knickers were too tight and uncomfortable.

(As a verb)

Knicker ( verb )

  1. A type of underpants or shorts worn by men and boys, which covers the area from the waist to just above the knee.
  2. A women's undergarment that covers the lower part of the body and extends down to the upper thigh.

Origin:

From middle english knikkere, from old english cnicer, cnicer, cneccer, from old french nicher, from nichon (nipple, bud).

Examples:

  1. He wore a pair of black knickers with his kilt.
  2. The boy was wearing knickers and a t-shirt.
  3. The knickers were made of silk and lace.
  4. She wore a pair of white knickers under her dress.
  5. The knickers were too tight and uncomfortable.
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