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cardie

cardy

noun
  1. informal short for cardigan
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  • I would not have Cardie see me for worlds; he would be blaming Olive, and I know she forgot.'

    Heriot's Choice

    Rosa Nouchette Carey

  • If I were not so provoking in my ways—Cardie, I mean—the others would not be so hard on me.

    Heriot's Choice

    Rosa Nouchette Carey

  • Cardie could not say a funny thing to save his life, except when he is angry, and then, oh!

    Heriot's Choice

    Rosa Nouchette Carey

  • Cardie heard him, I know; for he gave quite a sigh of relief.'

    Heriot's Choice

    Rosa Nouchette Carey

  • Cardie is most thoughtful for my comfort, and Olive is fast losing her shyness.

    Heriot's Choice

    Rosa Nouchette Carey