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

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The panties were certainly too small for Epstein, who also purchased his briefs in men’s medium and sweatshirts ranging from XL to 3XL, and size-12 shoes. Sarah Blaskey, sun-sentinel.com, "Jeffrey Epstein bought small women’s panties during his stay in Palm Beach County jail," 18 Aug. 2019 Without pubic hair, or with excessive grooming, that buffer is lost and would likely make wearing denim panties a bit uncomfortable. Brooke Bobb, Vogue, "Denim Underwear Is a Thing—One New York Ob-Gyn Weighs In on Going Commando," 1 Apr. 2019 From a jailhouse panties purchase to a contraband facial exercise book, new details are surfacing about financier Jeffery Epstein’s unusual time in Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw’s custody more than a decade ago. Skyler Swisher, sun-sentinel.com, "Jeffrey Epstein’s unusual lockup detailed in records, from jailhouse panties to contraband facial exercise manual," 19 Aug. 2019 All the talk of panties was too titillating, too gauche. oregonlive.com, "‘Gorgeous Gussie’ Moran shocked Wimbledon 70 years ago, the first of many shocks that upended her life," 28 June 2019 Acne Studios designed a new line dedicated to granny panties. Shira Feder, Vox, "The rise of granny panties," 5 June 2019 Period panties, like these created by Thinx, are absorbent and moisture-wicking. Nina Avramova, CNN, "There's an effective, environmentally friendly option for people with periods, and few know about it, research says," 16 July 2019 At Boston Court Pasadena, four actresses walk onstage in beige bras and panties, then proceed to dress themselves in elaborate 18th century undergarments: black stockings, white corsets and hoop skirts. Margaret Gray, latimes.com, "Review: Boston Court Pasadena’s ‘Ladies’ presents a puzzle of female empowerment," 14 June 2019 The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star opted to not wear a bra with her look, just nude-colored panties underneath, meaning her nipples were very visible. Mariah Haas, PEOPLE.com, "Kendall Jenner Jokes About Her Daring Decision to Step Out Braless in a Sheer Dress: 'Oops'," 11 May 2018

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First Known Use of pantie

1908, in the meaning defined above

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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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