She hated the kiddy, but she couldn't bear to see her suffer.
She gives the kiddy the attention she used to lavish on that black beast, Tara.
The kiddy, divinely unconscious, babbled on of Owen and the wonderful gown.
“kiddy made it one and a half—without my asking him,” said Westby.
My father died when I was a kiddy, and my mother married again, so I got called by my stepfather's name all my life.
Marcella, has it occurred to you what sort of heritage this kiddy of ours has?
Didn't your mother ever stop you worrying for things when you were a kiddy?
"Not enough left to push a kiddy car down Main Street," Watkins said gloomily.
There was nothing like the pugnacity of the kiddy in these years of Prothero's disaster.
I was wonderin', since we've been acquainted, kiddy, if your pa didn't go the sime road?
[1889+; the form kiddey is found by 1823]