kiddy

[ US /ˈkɪdi/ ]
[ UK /kˈɪdi/ ]
NOUN
  1. informal term for a young child
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How To Use kiddy In A Sentence

  • Now, instead of reducing the kiddywink generation's waistlines he's attempting to expand their minds by establishing his own Dream School. Charlie Brooker: Jamie's Dream School – a youth club with David Starkey instead of a pool table
  • With rain tumbling down and the pitch skiddy, with the ball bouncing from hand to hand and the forwards dominating, the stadium sat agog.
  • Annoyed, I went off and practised a bit, working on getting my braking a bit more progressive and a bit less skiddy on the emergency variant.
  • When a few hardy critics even write about London's stories, they carefully avoid the "kiddy lit" and focus exclusively on London's belles-lettres: Adventure, Burning Daylight, John Barleycorn, The A Bibliographical Essay
  • Other than that, your choice of 3D movies is largely limited to sub-Pixar kiddywink cartoons about anthropomorphic squirrels and tedious Imax documentaries about fossils or seaweed. To watch 3D TV, you have to stand up. And wear stupid glasses?
  • It also applied for planning permission to dump at another site it owned at Barnahely, Ringaskiddy.
  • Concern was also focused on the fact that Ringaskiddy school was within 400 yards of the planned asbestos dump site.
  • In wet conditions on a skiddy surface, Edith then drilled in a corner and caught the keeper off guard.
  • When I was a kiddywink, back in that almost entirely white Midsomer-style village, many of my views about people from different ethnic backgrounds were defined by what I saw on television. Charlie Brooker: Midsomer's plain daft. So why might adding brown faces make viewers suspend disbelief?
  • Somewhere tonight, a sick kiddy will be smiling.
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