Sure, he rambled some, teared up and kept calling his wife “kiddo.”
“Ay bane looking for your razor, kiddo,” said Hulda deferentially.
Ive played tackle, kiddo, and I know what a guys up against.
On the level, kiddo, you're preferred stock all right, and I'd be willin' to take a flyer any time.
Then Myron felt a hand tugging at his suit-case, and: Let me have it, kiddo, said Joe.
kiddo had not yet compassed the stall with the rain-proof awning.
Harry said, There you are, kiddo; what have you got to say now?
“Welcome to our city, kiddo,” Jimmie said in his throat, but nobody heard him.
And if ten dollars means anything to you, kiddo—look this over.
Oh, kiddo, you've got to love me a little—I've never been loved by a human soul in all my life.
A person, esp one younger than oneself •Used nearly always in direct address: Look, kiddo, I don't think you quite understand/ There's a lot of loot there, kiddo (1905+)