noun, plural skiv·vies. Informal.
Origin of skivvy1
noun, plural skiv·vies.
verb (used without object), skiv·vied, skiv·vy·ing.
Origin of skivvy2
Examples from the Web for skivvy
It gets better: he also models the skivvy styles, in all of his ripped soccer star glory.David Beckham Designs More Underwear, Karlie Kloss Gets A Haircut|The Fashion Beast Team|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"I ain't no skivvy," he protests all the time, but every little odd job gets done.A Diary Without Dates|Enid Bagnold
She that was waiting on you, she's got you to skivvy for her now!Miss Million's Maid|Bertha Ruck
The servant is a servant, a "slavey," a "skivvy," a "Mary Jane."The Labour-saving House|Dorothy Constance Bayliff Peel
Well, the skivvy won't think of that, and Pomeroy will guess that we're trying to communicate with him.The Altar Steps|Compton MacKenzie