The biddies get out every day or two, and fly away all over the neighbourhood, like feathers when you shake a pillow.
There's the breakfast bell, and I haven't fed the biddies yet.
Of course, he discovered that the little sliding door where the biddies go in and out of the henhouse was open.
Poor l'll biddie, just wait, Anna-Margaret'll fix yo', so you can run and fly and keep up with the biddies.
You see, Farmer Brown's boy had gathered every egg when he shut the biddies up for the night.
And in the morning they found the biddies and the ducks none the worse for their night in the tent.
Do the biddies all turn out saints in that well regulated family?
They stared up at the roosts where the biddies were huddled together, fast asleep.
The eight biddies I bought with the rest of my melon money could do better than that, Gail.
He quite overlooks the fact that Farmer Brown's boy feeds the biddies and takes the eggs as pay.
[diminutive of the name Bridget]