Recent Examples of thong from the Web
The collection, which retails from $68 to $368, includes matching pajama sets, rompers, camisoles, slips, bralettes and thongs decorated with lace trim and covered in subtle floral prints that Taylor has used before.
So, does the rise of the granny panty mean the death of the thong?
Wearing fishnet stockings and a lacy thong, Browning, 21, a restaurant manager, this week stood outside the Tattoo Cellar, calling out to passersby, cajoling them into getting inked.
All of the panties can hold up to 6 teaspoons of liquid except the thong, which holds up to 3 teaspoons, according to the website.
The dress code goes like this: No thongs allowed, and high heels are required.
A recent photo of Kim Kardashian wearing a thong and what appeared to be a very normal amount of cellulite went viral.
The Kacs have driven off Snow White (a pretty young thong-wearing co-ed), the nice widow two doors down and the gay couple across the way.
Not so much considering most dudes don't wear thongs on the regular.
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Origin and Etymology of thong
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
THONG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thong for English Language Learners
: a long thin strip of material (such as leather) that is used to attach something
: a kind of women's underpants that has only a thin strip of material in the back
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