noun, plural skiv·vies. Informal.
Origin of skivvy1
Definition for skivvy (2 of 2)
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