/ (ˈdɪdɪ) /

nounplural -dies
  1. dialect a female breast or nipple

Origin of diddy

C18: from titty, diminutive of tit ²

Words Nearby diddy

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How to use diddy in a sentence

  • Everybody turned away from diddy and the Twins to see this grand sight!

    The Irish Twins | Lucy Fitch Perkins
  • diddy; a woman's pap or breast: a baby sucks its mother's diddy.

  • Marcella made some excuse, but when Phyllis—or diddy—went away to her appointment with Bill she sat for a long time thinking.

    Captivity | M. Leonora Eyles
  • "You look half asleep, kid," said diddy with sparkling eyes.

    Captivity | M. Leonora Eyles
  • He wanted to tell him about diddy and the Fair, but the Master saw what he had done.

    The Irish Twins | Lucy Fitch Perkins