noun (used with a plural verb)
Origin of underpants
Examples from the Web for underpants
Later in the day, it was alleged that the child was wearing her sundress, but that her underpants were missing.
I recently heard a political commentator mock Mormons for the underpants some wear under their clothing.Democrats Have Bigger Anti-Mormon Problem in Election Than GOP Has|Peter Beinart|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Leno held up a video of the would-be Weiner dancing in his underpants for the audience to see.
David Letterman introduced a new segment called "What's in Anthony Weiner's Underpants?"
Game six saw her jump up on the bed, remove her underpants, and do a little dance before sitting back down.
In underpants, she went into the small bathroom, washed cosmetics from her face and brushed down her thick, short hair.Rebels of the Red Planet|Charles Louis Fontenay
She snuck up behind him and dropped a handful of gravel down the gap of his pants and into his underpants.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow