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Definition of grundies

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Other terms relating to 'briefs, underwear':

Definitions include: a brassiere (bra) for men.
Definitions include: Misspelling of manssiere.
Definitions include: underwear.
Definitions include: underwear with no crotch, such that the genitals are exposed.
Definitions include: alternate pronunciation of bro.
Definitions include: women's underpants.
Definitions include: "brother", as in one's actual brother.
Definitions include: tight-fitting male swimming briefs.
Definitions include: acronym of "personal problem."
Definitions include: acronym for "visible panty lines".
Definitions include: a bra, especially a large one.
Definitions include: an unkempt person.
Definitions include: feces stains on underwear.
Definitions include: tight-fitting male swimming briefs.
Definitions include: tight-fitting male swimming briefs.

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Other terms relating to 'grundy':

Definitions include: a pussy wedgie.

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