noun, plural tom·mies. British.
Origin of tommy
Definition for tommy (2 of 4)
Definition for tommy (3 of 4)
Definition for tommy (4 of 4)
Examples from the Web for tommy
An escort who goes by the name of “Tommy” has experienced a wide variety of female clients.
Tommy describes himself as more of the “boyfriend experience.”
But Tommy, like many others, has been unable to obtain the documentation required by the State Department for the visa.
Tommy first started teaching himself English when the U.S. Army came to Sinjar in 2003 in order to get a job with them.
Tommy worked with American troops for two years starting in 2005.
Mrs. Tregennis was not in the kitchen; probably she was in a house near by, but Tommy could not take his sorrow to a crowd.Tommy Tregennis|Mary Elizabeth Phillips
Tommy was not inclined to check his pace, but a revolver in the hands of the fellow induced him to do so.Boy Scouts in the Canal Zone|G. Harvey Ralphson
Tommy (to his chum, when the old lady had departed): Bill, I think Ill have my other leg off before she comes next week.Funny Stories Told By The Soldiers|Carleton B. Case
You are easy to take up, but you are not at all easy to put down, Master Tommy.
"I should not be here had not Tommy and Hazel dragged me out," declared Margery.The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas|Janet Aldridge
British Dictionary definitions for tommy (1 of 3)
noun plural -mies
Word Origin for tommy
British Dictionary definitions for tommy (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for tommy (3 of 3)
Word Origin for tune
Idioms and Phrases with tommy
In addition to the idioms beginning with tune
- tune in
- tune out
- tune up
- call the tune
- carry a tune
- change one's tune
- dance to another tune
- in tune
- to the tune of