scanties

scanties

(ˈskæntɪz)
pl n
women's underwear
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To compete with her, and her 77.9million followers, the Madonnas and Mariah Careys lace up the scanties to "keep themselves relevant".
Because one flash of Jenna Coleman in her scanties and Queen Vic's knicks are going to be bigger than ever.
We congregate like fish out of water in the lingerie department, trying not to notice the scanties on view, and edge as near as possible to menswear, a more comfortable zone.
All men know, deep down, that no woman wants to unwrap a scratchy set of sexshop scarlet scanties. We want, instead, something classy and expensive.
The residents of the high-rise weren't having an impromptu fashion show on their balconies in their scanties. Gurgaon in the winter months is too cold for such skin shows.
WOMEN have 31 pairs of sexy scanties - compared with just THREE pairs of pulling pants owned by the average bloke.
The Grand, in Byker, was putting on Scandals and Scanties of 1943.
An idea struck when I opened Caf Hag, a monthly speakeasy at Kafe Kafka (a Czechoslovakian restaurant in Hollywood): The girls could be my barmaids--a job they performed clad in old-fashioned scanties. They were an immediate sensation!
She's banking on the fact that customers will pay extra for UK made scanties.
The papers called the uniform "scanties," and opposing players teased the Stars mercilessly throughout the season.
Fellow finalist Hayley Tamaddon is also expecting to be given shiny scanties.