[ chap-ee ]
/ ˈtʃæp i /
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noun plural chap·pies.British Informal.
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How to use chappie in a sentence
The ‘cheeky chappy’ will be out of the public eye for some time but will likely laugh off his nude photo scandal.Why Prince Harry’s Nude Photos Are a Disaster for Charles|Tom Sykes|August 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"Not so much pleased with myself as disappointed in you, Chappy," countered the exultant Brock.
But against women confederates Chappy Marr had a strong prejudice.
Radley turned round and, having seen me, said something in an undertone to Chappy.
I had no need, however, to strain my ears, for Chappy was incapable of speaking softly for any length of time.
Chappy turned in his chair, which creaked alarmingly, and composed himself to talk comfortably.
British Dictionary definitions for chappie
/ (ˈtʃæpɪ) /
informal another word for chap 1 (def. 2)
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