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stashie

/ˈstæʃɪ/
noun
1.
(Scot) a variant of stushie
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  • "I guess he hasn't got any stockings half the time," said big stashie scornfully.

    Understood Betsy Dorothy Canfield
  • As a matter of fact, she herself had no idea what stashie meant, but she looked wise and said nothing.

    Understood Betsy Dorothy Canfield
  • stashie suggested, "Couldn't your Aunt Abigail invite him up to your house for supper and then give him a bath afterward?"

    Understood Betsy Dorothy Canfield
  • They talked for some time after that about 'Lias, the teacher confirming what Betsy and stashie had said.

    Understood Betsy Dorothy Canfield

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