In the Field no man has actual possession of shirt, sock, or under-garments.
The comfort of clean linen, or frequent change of under-garments, is equally unknown to the Sovereign and to the peasant.
And he took off his clothes, remaining in his under-garments.
The armour is in green with yellow edgings, belt, &c.; the under-garments in aubergine, and black boots.
I patch shirts and under-garments; I also make shirts, and devise officers' neck-cloths, stocks, and wrist-bands at request.
She had a chemise, which she kept tucking into her breast, pulling up her under-garments, and examining her stockings.
Their duty it is to receive and issue the "plum and apple," the "road-paving" biscuit and the weekly change of under-garments.
He rolled up his bedding, his change of under-garments inside it, and took the road that night.
All her under-garments would “take off,” and were trimmed with curious hand-made lace.
Happily, from the great number of under-garments she wore, only the outer rags had caught.