Undersuit


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Un´der`suit`


n.1.A suit worn under another suit; a suit of underclothes.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Amongst the beautiful stuff Saxon went over, she found a nightgown and a combination undersuit of her own manufacture.
She made ruffled chemises of sheer linen, with her own fine edgings and French embroidery on breast and shoulders; linen hand-made combination undersuits; and nightgowns, fairy and cobwebby, embroidered, trimmed with Irish lace.
His limbs are more streamlined and a black undersuit is clearly visible beneath blue armor pieces.
We are currently saving to buy a new drysuit and thermal undersuit for new divers to try before buying at a cost of approximately PS400, so we will put any Wish money received towards this.
An astronautical engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has made a skin-tight undersuit equipped with sensors that can constantly monitor the vital signs of its elderly wearer and feed the data into a computer that fires off health alerts.
But I'm concerned about the hunter who wears a BaseSlayers undersuit with a cotton hunting shirt and an insulated vest and a non Scent-Lok jacket, and expects it to be effective.
Police believe the equipment, which includes a black dry suit, regulators, a yellow 12-litre air cylinder, undersuit and diving knife, could have been sold or offered for sale on the black market.
The firm landed the accolade for the development of its Icebraker product, which is a heated undersuit that has been hailed in the industry as a breakthrough in thermal protection.
More than being able to tweak your character's armor, black undersuits are also available in the game.