This deer-skin coat is mostly worn by women as an under-garment.
He acted upon it forth with: he drew out from within his under-garment a gem that hung round his neck by a gold chain.
The former wears a black velvet doublet, which reveals an under-garment of gleaming rose-red satin.
Peasants wear an under-garment high in the neck with long sleeves.
Her under-garment was of linen fine; her robe of ruddy silk; and over all a scarlet mantle fell, with ermine lined.
The shirt applied to the under-garment of both sexes, and the half-shirt referred to the stomacher over which the dress was laced.
Clocks tick so loud, too, when you are sitting up alone, and you seem as if you had an under-garment of cobwebs on.
Subucula, sū-buk′ū-la, n. a man's under-garment or shirt: in the early English church, a kind of cassock worn under the alb.
But his interest was chiefly in the under-garment such as Galilean peasants wore.
I imagined that I could detect, at the height of my deltoid muscle, the exact spot where the sleeve of her under-garment ended.