underclothes

[uhn-der-klohz, -klohthz]
noun (used with a plural verb)
1.
clothes worn under outer clothes.
Also called underclothing [uhn-der-kloh-thing] .


Origin:
1825–35; under- + clothes

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underclothes (ˈʌndəˌkləʊðz)
 
pl n
a variant of underwear Also called: underclothing

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Example sentences
Wanted a chance to wash himself well, and put on the underclothes.
Then add the other clothes, rolling those that don't wrinkle easily, including
  underclothes.
So, people had begun wearing underclothes of washable linen and wanted to
  decorate the cuffs and collars.
So short of money was she, she claimed to be going around without underclothes.
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