adjective, past·i·er, past·i·est.
noun, plural past·ies.
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Definition for pasty (2 of 2)
noun, plural pas·ties.Chiefly British.
Origin of pasty2
Example sentences from the Web for pasty
Her act lasted about four minutes, and ended in pasties and a G-string.Best Career Arc Ever: From Burlesque To Bartending|Anne Berry|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As governor, she left the stage when she still had her political pasties on.
And, if even tiny birds failed, they would make pasties of locusts or a dinner from leaves and grasses.
So comes my grandam and turns the key in the padlock and looketh in over all the gallimaufrey of lights and pasties and revels.The Fifth Queen Crowned|Ford Madox Ford
But the inspectors found in the ward cupboards mince-pies and other pasties, cold joints, hams, and so forth.The Chronicles of Newgate, v. 2/2|Arthur Griffiths
Mary put the indigestible-looking pasties into the oven, and almost banged the door.All Roads Lead to Calvary|Jerome K. Jerome
Lucy was more than usually hungry, and did full justice to the pasties and conserves of apples which graced the board.Penshurst Castle|Emma Marshall