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bish

/bɪʃ/
noun
1.
(Brit, slang) a mistake
Word Origin
C20: of unknown origin
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  • "Notice again," said the bish, pointing to the left of the sycamores.

    Fore! Charles Emmett Van Loan
  • "He admits it," murmured the bish, but Henry didn't even hear him.

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  • "Oh, quite," said the bish, and Henry toddled back to his practise.

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  • It was well that he left us, for the bish was on the point of an explosion.

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  • "They're just as glad to see him as if he had smallpox," grinned the bish.

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  • As for the making of the match, the pairing of the players, he would leave that to the bish.

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  • "Don't let a little thing like that worry you," said the bish, taking Henry's arm.

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  • "Spoken like a sportsman," said the bish, and followed at Henry's heels.

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  • The bish never left Henry alone with his ball for an instant.

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  • If he wished to use a mashie the bish would insist on the mid-iron.

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