Jockey shorts

NOUN
  1. (used in the plural) short tight-fitting underpants (trade name Jockey shorts)
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How To Use Jockey shorts In A Sentence

  • Jockey shorts on sale in outdoor bins on Broadway entrance him.
  • Involuntarily, he began to breathe heavily as her fingers slipped under his jockey shorts. CORMORANT
  • Jockey shorts first appeared in 1934 from a company called Coopers.
  • Dozens of howling fire-bearers in jockey shorts hustled up to the gates of Castle Frankenstein and beat on the doors until the Doctor showed his face. FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTERS • by John Wiswell
  • Jockey shorts on sale in outdoor bins on Broadway entrance him.
  • I don't wear 'jammies' per say but I wore my long sleeve red henley that comes down nearly to my knees and jockey shorts all weekend except while I was sleeping, showering, or wallowing in the tub (yes there were bubbles involved). The Torn Pages
  • The board chairman sniffed righteously about how difficult it is to define pornography, would you put Michelangelo's David in jockey shorts, etc. More on Sarah Palin, Moose Hunting, and Other Stuff
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