/ (ˈbuːdɪ) /
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a burrowing rat kangaroo, Bettongia lesueur, found on islands off Western Australia
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Word Origin for boodie
from Nyungar (an extinct native language of SW Australia) burdi
Words nearby boodie
boob tube, booby, booby hatch, booby prize, booby trap, boodie, boodle, boofhead, boofy, boogaloo, booger
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How to use boodie in a sentence
"Well, we'll see," returns the Boodie, in a reserved tone; after which Mr. Browne once more returns to his seat and his senses.
Indeed, the Boodie exhibits symptoms of insanity, and dances round him with a vivacity that a dervish might be proud of.
The Boodie, who is never very far from Fabian when he is in the room, is sitting on his knee with her arms around his neck.
"You would go right through it and come out at the other side," persists the Boodie, nothing daunted.
"It was something Portia said," returns the Boodie, composedly.