Definition of "waddy" [wad•dy]
- (noun) A heavy stick, especially a war club.
- (verb-transitive) To strike with a waddy.
- (noun) Western U.S. See cowboy.
- (noun) Western U.S. A cattle rustler.
Use "waddy" in a sentence
- ""No not of fire-arms; but they have a machine of their own that they call a waddy, or something of that sort, which they throw like a harpoon; but the thing takes a twist in the air, and strikes behind them.""
- "They used simple baskets, digging sticks, spears without stone points, and a sort of lightweight club known as a waddy."
- "The waddy was a short piece of wood, reduced and notched towards the grasp, and slightly rounded at the point."