underclothes

[ UK /ˌʌndəklˈə‍ʊðz/ ]
NOUN
  1. undergarment worn next to the skin and under the outer garments
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How To Use underclothes In A Sentence

  • As it was a warm day in July, I was surprised to see the young woman in bed wearing her husband's waistcoat over her underclothes.
  • I had stacked my shirts and underclothes in two empty drawers.
  • I took my shirt, skirt and underclothes off and placed them in the same bucket of water and soapsuds as my stained jelly shirt.
  • I was running late so I rushed into my underclothes and outfit before I plopped down on the bed. Real wifeys
  • I have a small cell with a single bed, and there's a sink, a bookshelf, a little stool and somewhere to store underclothes.
  • Filching through her clean clothes, she pulled on her underclothes, then a different school uniform though it was just as wrinkled as the other one.
  • Women's underclothes are so much simpler than they used to be - no lacings, no tiny buttons and hooks, no hoops and petticoats.
  • ‘Now dress quickly,’ she added, nodding toward an arrangement of underclothes and robes that had been tossed over the foot of the bed.
  • She used to disdain the habit and the implication of underclothes.
  • She was still wearing her corset and underclothes from the day she was captured.
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