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Petticoat - Wikipedia


A petticoat or underskirt is an article of clothing; specifically an undergarment to be worn under a skirt or a dress. The petticoat is a separate garment hanging ...

CarrieP's Gallery of Petticoat Discipline Art


CarrieP's Gallery of Petticoat Discipline Art. Each month we will be adding the previous month's and other artwork by the very talented artist, CarrieP. Click to ...

A Short History of Petticoat Discipline


When petticoat discipline was first employed we will never know. A study of social history shows that it was discussed in family magazines and newspapers ...

Petticoat | Definition of Petticoat by Merriam-Webster


Define petticoat: a skirt that a woman or girl wears under a dress or outer skirt.

Petticoated | Define Petticoated at Dictionary.com


Petticoated definition, having or wearing a petticoat. See more.

Fiction - Petticoat Pond


by Cathy. Goldilocks and the Three Bares A fairy tale by Roberta. This and That. by Jenny Jean. Karen-Ann A petticoat punishment story by Angela Davis, MKD.

Tweets with replies by Helena Magaldi (@petticoated) | Twitter


The latest Tweets and replies from Helena Magaldi (@petticoated). Minha vida: um registro de horas, um registro empoeirado e tedioso de uma história de ...

#petticoated - DeviantArt


Explore #petticoated. Related tags: #furry #dress #crossdress #sissy # crossdressing #skirt #furrie #fur #sissyfur #cross. Mature content Hidden. VISIBLE.

Petticoat - definition of petticoat by The Free Dictionary


A girl's or woman's undergarment, worn under a dress or skirt, that is often full and trimmed with ruffles or lace. Also called pettiskirt. adj. Slang. Relating to or ...

petticoat - definition of petticoat in English | Oxford Dictionaries


Late Middle English: from petty coat, literally 'small coat': the word originally referred to a garment worn by men under a coat or doublet. The second sense ...

having or wearing a petticoat.
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