Knickers In A Sentence

Definition of Knickers

(colloquial, now US, rare) Knickerbockers. | (Britain, New Zealand) Women's underpants. | A mild exclamation of annoyance.

How To Use Knickers In A Sentence?

  • Unconsciously, the boy in knickers had uttered a truth that no one else had dared to voice.
  • Nothing pleased her better than to take off her skirts, and donning knickers and long boots, clean out the stable.
  • Among the other travellers who interested us was a man with a blue-grey hat, a khaki coat, red knickers and black top boots.
  • The French infants, boys and girls up to any age, are all dressed in navy knickers and jerseys and look so jolly.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Knickers | Knickers Sentence

  • That boy in the fancy knickers is giving everyone the once over.

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