- a child.
Origin of kiddy
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Examples from the Web for kiddie
In contrast, the major record labels are still stuck in kiddie land.Five Lessons the Faltering Music Industry Could Learn From TV
August 3, 2014
Big, bold, and bright, if you have a kiddie or two in tow, and even if not, this display is one to make you smile.The 15 Best Things to See at Frieze Art Fair London 2013
October 17, 2013
The weapons in all the kiddie carnage were handguns, which remain a far greater threat than assault rifles.As More Kids Die, Handguns Still a Bigger Threat Than Assault Rifles
January 29, 2013
She strode before the cameras in the course of kiddie car pooling.Petraeus Affair Stereotypes: The General, The Flirt And The Harlot
November 15, 2012
Was it true that she was going to “retire” from kiddie pageantry?Inside the Toddler Fashion Show
September 16, 2011
Kiddie Katydid was the only other one who saw what happened.
Leaper the Locust cried, while Kiddie Katydid echoed the word.
Furthermore, he was enough like Kiddie and Leaper to be a cousin of either one of them.
But I don't care, because Kiddie Katydid is hidden somewhere in this tree.
And he half-jumped, half-flew into Kiddie Katydid's favorite tree.
- informal an affectionate word for child
Word Origin and History for kiddie
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