noun, plural crow·dies. Scot. and North England.
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Then there was Crowdy,—Crowdy, whose high-flown ideas hardly tallied with the stern realities of his life.
Crowdy, not wishing to lacerate his foe till that foe should be there to feel the wounds, sat silent in his usual seat.
Crowdy's eyes were closed; he looked to be on the verge of death.Judith of Blue Lake Ranch|Jackson Gregory
Crowdy was the leader of those who had once held firmly by Protection.
Ye'll cool and come to yoursel, like MacGibbon's crowdy when he set it oot at the window-bole.The Proverbs of Scotland|Alexander Hislop