[ UK /kˈɪdi/ ]
[ US /ˈkɪdi/ ]
[ US /ˈkɪdi/ ]
- informal term for a young child
How To Use kiddie In A Sentence
- Many script kiddies are quickly caught, often because they boast of their hacking exploits or are betrayed by their internet names.
- I think he gave very fair reasons and I fully understand them, I've got two young kiddies myself.
- Not just resistant to the pitter patter of bored kiddie feet but immune to assaults from the outside as well.
- It's a day where people celebrate by drinking the worst-tasting beer they can find, wearing ratty blue singlet tops with Australian flags as a cape, eating burnt "snags" from the "barbie" and listening to the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown on the radio from the plush confines of a deck chair placed in a kiddie's wading pool. A List For Australia Day
- All three buses stopped outside the pool, and each disgorged a tumbling jumbling pile of wee kiddies, clutching their swim-bags and chattering like flocks of birds on a nature programme.
- This is a great way to entertain the kiddies over the school holidays.
- Nor will I defend script kiddies, who generally have no programming skills whatsoever.
- Most of the action takes place beneath the surface of Mars, where hatchling kiddies are raised by nannybots in an elaborately technological setting that owes much of its retro esthetic to Terry Gilliam. See Jane Blossom: An Enthralling 'Eyre'
- The cleverer little kiddies figured out which keys worked the lock.
- With so many single mums and the cost of daycare so high, it is a welcome relief to send the kiddies off to pre-school.