- a job; position.
Origin of possie
First recorded in 1915–20; shortening and alteration of position
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Examples from the Web for possy
So we couldn't have our children dirty and sinful too, you know, Possy!Five Mice in a Mouse-trap
Laura E. Richards
"My dear friend," exclaimed Possy, blindly moving his king into check.
"Just this," Possy said, leaning forward to give emphasis to his words.
Possy paused, inferentially transferring the question to his friend.
Possy went quickly to the door, opened it and called, "Herbux, come in."
- Australian and NZ informal a place; positionif we're early for the film we'll get a good possie at the back
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