"You're all right, torchy," says she, rumplin' my hair playful.
Just torchy, and it suits me as well as Percival or Montgomery.
No matter what my fool doctors say, torchy, I mean to take a night or two off when she comes.
And that, torchy, is the situation up to the present moment.
torchy, you'll find a couple of axes over the forward lockers.
Come right in, torchy, while Marie gets you some cake and a cup of tea.
It was the call boy, torchy, the young engineer ascertained, as he waited till the excited juvenile came up to him.
"Which is something I owe chiefly to you, torchy," says Mallory.
"Some of torchy's red-headed diplomacy, I suspect," says he.
It seems, torchy, that your—er—that my method was somewhat crude and primitive.
In love with someone who does not reciprocate; hopelessly enamored: Junie, still torchy for the Ragtime Kid
[1941+; fr carry the torch]