- wearing knickers.
Also knick·er·bock·ered [nik-er-bok-erd] /ˈnɪk ərˌbɒk ərd/.
Origin of knickered
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They watched the knickerbockered figure of Mr. Britling receding up the hill, atlas and papers in his hands behind his back.Mr. Britling Sees It Through
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"Mary Rose Crocker," repeated the red lips and the knickerbockered legs jumped up and down.Mary Rose of Mifflin</p>
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Over the scene we will draw a veil, but we never saw the knickerbockered ladies again!My War Experiences in Two Continents</p>
It stood on a sandy road, and a cold wind tickled his knickerbockered legs.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II
It was November, when knickerbockered and culture-seeking tourists no longer fill the cheap hotels of Paris.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol
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