grundies

grundies

(ˈɡrʌndɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal NZ men's underpants
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The aliens find themselves in possession of a pair of pants that are threatening to stop Christmas (that is one powerful set of grundies).
As I peg out the sopping wet items all is revealed: my nightwear is all on parade as are my socks and grundies. Her explanation is: "I save up all your kit for one big wash.
Leicester have served up a bipolar season since they forced favourite son Gary Lineker to present Match of the Day in his Reg Grundies.
The spectacle was 10 times worse after sun up too, the bright daylight rendering John's gossamerthin, ancient grundies see-through.
And if that man is not Darren Clarke I'll streak down the first fairway at St Andrews in my Reg Grundies and jump in the Swilcan Burn.
Grundies disapproved of her low-cut gowns and other displays of pulchritude.
Grundies, the Bishops, and the capitalists), watch that man.
You get a fetching pair of black papery boxer shorts to wear so your designer grundies don't get showered in dead skin.
Guided by the gloomy aftermath of the McCarthy era, Griffin painted the reformers as intolerant Grundies "possessed by the assumption that everyone who differed from them was wrong." Aiming "to make other men sober, righteous, and godly--to make others like themselves," they deployed both voluntary suasion and governmental force, seeking "the rule of the righteous and the jurisdiction of the just."
AUSSIES call pants "grundies" or "budgie smugglers" for tight briefs - just think Daniel Craig's trunks and you'll get the picture!
I can't see the giant billboards for Marks & Spencer's new range of lingerie without wanting to strip down to my grundies and crack on with the dusting.