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Westie

[ wes-tee ]
/ ˈwɛs ti /
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noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Westie (1 of 2)

westie
/ (ˈwɛstɪ) /

noun informal, derogatory
Australian a young working-class person from the western suburbs of Sydney
Australian a young working-class person from the western suburbs of Auckland

British Dictionary definitions for Westie (2 of 2)

Westie

noun
informal a West Highland terrier
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