Definition of "waddie" [wad•die]

  • Western U.S. Variant of waddy2. (noun)

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Use "waddie" in a sentence
  • ""waddie" of the Australian aboriginal; but with these they can do quite enough damage to deter all but the reckless from visiting their chosen haunts."
  • "Being a mile or two ahead of our party in a thick brush, I came suddenly upon three men; two ran off with the greatest speed; the third, who was older and a little lame, first threw his firestick at me, and next (seeing me still advance) a waddie, but with such agitation, that though not more than a dozen paces distant, he missed both me and my horse."
  • "She sat at a table with Xavier and Jasper Fant, the skinny little waddie from upriver."