noun, plural bid·dies.Chiefly New England, South Midland, and Southern U.S.
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Definition for biddy (2 of 2)
noun, plural bid·dies.
Origin of biddy2
Example sentences from the Web for biddy
Two stout old biddies got stuck into Sarah Palin this weekend—Barbara Bush and Frank Rich.
Chelsea Handler's bawdy talk show is the perfect antidote to the boys' club of late night and the shrill biddies of daytime.
He quite overlooks the fact that Farmer Brown's boy feeds the biddies and takes the eggs as pay.
Anyway, that is what Farmer Brown's boy says, but I do not know whether or not the biddies understand it that way.
So I feed my biddies, and the children gather the eggs, until we hear the men coming in from the field.The American Country Girl|Martha Foote Crow
If he chasss up to one of my old biddies, she tries to tear that flannel suit right offn him.The Corner House Girls Under Canvas|Grace Brooks Hill
I've done nothing but wish for a brigade of Biddies, with good stout mops, and a government permit to clean up.The Unspeakable Perk|Samuel Hopkins Adams