noun, plural bid·dies. Chiefly New England, South Midland, and Southern U.S.
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noun, plural bid·dies.
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Examples from the Web for biddy
Then advancing to the patient, "What has been the matter, Miss Biddy, that you could not wait till my return?"The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom, Complete|Tobias Smollett
The first thing to be done was to get Dolly a dress, and this was the way Biddy managed it.
Biddy was seated next to Mr. Nash, so that she could take occasion to ask, "Who are the beautiful ladies?"The Tragic Muse|Henry James
Here they behold the faithful Biddy, craning her long neck up and down the road, and filled with wildest anxiety.Mrs. Geoffrey|Duchess
"But it makes no difference to you, you know," said Biddy, calmly.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens