noun, plural mid·dies.
Definition for middy (2 of 2)
noun, plural mid·dies. Australian Slang.
Examples from the Web for middy
I understand you, sir,” panted the middy; “and look here, I shall not forget this.The Ocean Cat's Paw|George Manville Fenn
Each one of them wore a dark blue serge skirt of ankle length and a middy blouse with a blue sailor collar.Madge Morton's Victory|Amy D.V. Chalmers
First, I pinned one in the tie of my middy and then, with stern determination, I handed one to Roxanne.Phyllis|Maria Thompson Daviess
“All ready for letting fall, sir,” the middy stationed in the foretop was the first to sing out.Crown and Anchor|John Conroy Hutcheson
The middy turned and walked off, leaving Dick cutting himself a fresh plug of tobacco.Middy and Ensign|G. Manville Fenn
British Dictionary definitions for middy
noun plural -dies
Word Origin and History for middy
colloquial abbreviation of midshipman, by 1818. As "loose, long type of women's blouse," 1911, from resemblance to shirts worn by midshipmen.