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Definition of "widdy" [wid•dy]

  • A rope or halter made of flexible twigs, or withes, as of birch. (noun)
  • Eye dialect spelling of widow. (noun)

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Use "widdy" in a sentence
  • "At the reference to a "widdy" he winked at the others and looked significantly at Sam and Aunt 'Liza."
  • "Well, we were hilariously planning what Mrs. O'Shaughnessy called a "widdy" Christmas and getting supper, when a great stamping-off of snow proclaimed a newcomer."
  • ""widdy" Christmas and getting supper, when a great stamping-off of snow proclaimed a newcomer."
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