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camiknickers

Line breaks: cami|knick¦ers
Pronunciation: /ˈkamɪnɪkəz
 
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Definition of camiknickers in English:

plural noun

British
A woman’s one-piece undergarment which combines camisole and French knickers.
Example sentences
  • The tone is set when the lights go up on a politician in camiknickers and fishnet stockings.
  • These rare one piece camiknickers have lace on the pantaloon style pantalets.
  • Matylda hurriedly pulled her evening dress over her head and slid out of her velour camiknickers.

Words that rhyme with camiknickers

Chequers • Snickers

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