In that case the under garments are never taken off, and no consciousness of impropriety or indelicacy of feeling is manifested.
Soon after this, "a missionary box" was sent to the Seminary, and my friend was therefrom well supplied with under garments.
Under garments would be rinsed and beaten out, and the party would hasten back to the bivouac, and let someone else have a go.
"Go to the relief-rooms and get a change of under garments," Dr. Lively advised.
The under garments were in deep and pale jasmine yellow or in green and white.
This is the placket used on children's drawers, night shirts, under garments, etc.
Embroidery was restricted to the under garments, the shirts being often decorated on the collars and wrists with needlework.
Fibrous plants also contributed to the comfort of man, and were possibly used for summer wear, and under garments in winter.
This they make into a frock; if they have any under garments they must procure them for themselves.
If you are not quite certain of the line between neatness and the reverse, be over-scrupulous about your under garments.