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cardie

/ ˈkɑːdɪ /

noun

  1. informal.
    short for cardigan


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Cardie is different: his diffidence takes the form of pride; no one understands him but I—not even his father.

Cardie comes and fetches me in, night after night; the lad is a good lad; his mother was right after all.'

Roy has terrible breaks-down sometimes, and so has Chriss; but no one knows what Cardie suffers.'

But there is Cardie's voice, and he will be disappointed not to find the tea ready when he comes in from church.'

Never mind, Cardie, many people find toleration a very difficult duty.'

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