pantie

noun
pant·​ie | \ ˈpan-tē How to pronounce pantie (audio) \
variants: or panty
plural panties

Definition of pantie

: a woman's or child's undergarment covering the lower trunk and made with closed crotch usually used in plural

Examples of pantie in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Privacy - Terms All in all, Gutierrez was found to be in possession of 612 pair of panties from several different Houston-area Victoria's Secret locations, KPRC reported. Matthew Martinez, star-telegram, "Panty thief caught with Ecstasy stole 612 pairs of Victoria's Secret undies, Texas cops say," 6 July 2018 Hair clippings left on the floor from trims with an electric razor before the family went on vacation also matched hairs on panties found with Beineman's body. Freep.com, "Murders of Michigan women still unsolved 50 years later — but cops had eye on 1 man," 10 Nov. 2019 Three-day steak in laces… College girls in cotton Mickey Mouse hipster panties are desired, grandmas in laces, sorry, are not. Catherine Texier, Longreads, "I’m 72. So What?," 24 Oct. 2019 In the days following Dillon’s original post, several other women posted images of their lace panties and thongs as a part of the #ThisIsNotConsent movement. Amira Rasool, Teen Vogue, "Women in Ireland Are Posting Images of Their Underwear to Protest Rape Culture," 20 Nov. 2018 Here’s something nobody tells you: Someday, your panties will be too small. Lisa Scottoline, Philly.com, "Gradually, then suddenly, those undies are too small | Lisa Scottoline," 12 Jan. 2018 The Girl from Taylor dressed the way the guys liked — in short and skimpy skirts or dresses, no bra or panties. Freep.com, "She was prostituting, pregnant, doing drugs by 14. Now, Taylor girl fights to save her own life.," 1 Nov. 2019 In the living room, dressed in underwear — bikini panties and a brassiere — was Miss Tate. Los Angeles Times, "From the Archives: ‘Ritualistic Slayings’: Sharon Tate, Four Others Murdered," 28 July 2019 One look was even covered top-to-bottom in a patchwork of lacy panties. Ingrid Schmidt, The Hollywood Reporter, "NYFW: Jeremy Scott's Escapist “Sci-Fi Band” Walks for a Starry Crowd," 7 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of pantie

1908, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pantie

pants entry 1

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The first known use of pantie was in 1908

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Last Updated

17 Jan 2020

Cite this Entry

“Pantie.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pantie. Accessed 18 January 2020.

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pantie

noun
pant·​ie
variants: or panty \ ˈpan-​tē \
plural panties

Kids Definition of pantie

: a woman's or child's undergarment with short legs or no legs

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