Undersuit


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Un´der`suit`


n.1.A suit worn under another suit; a suit of underclothes.
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.
I always wear a couple of thin base layers beneath my fleece undersuit. This undersuit provides good all-round insulation, and the fleece material is comfortable and dries quickly during most caving trips.
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.