noun, plural bid·dies. Chiefly New England, South Midland, and Southern U.S.
Words nearby biddy
Origin of biddy1
Definition for biddies (2 of 2)
noun, plural bid·dies.
Origin of biddy2
Examples from the Web for biddies
Cant you take me to the hen-run and let me see your flock of biddies?The Corner House Girls on Palm Island|Grace Brooks Hill
Many times from a safe hiding-place he had hungrily watched Farmer Brown's boy shut the biddies up.Old Granny Fox|Thornton W. Burgess
He quite overlooks the fact that Farmer Brown's boy feeds the biddies and takes the eggs as pay.Blacky the Crow|Thornton W. Burgess
Or must all the work be done by women, and a proprietor have to seal his Biddies more sanctorum in Utah?
The biddies get out every day or two, and fly away all over the neighbourhood, like feathers when you shake a pillow.Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag|Louisa M. Alcott