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biggy

[big-ee] /ˈbɪg i/
noun, plural biggies. Slang.
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Origin of biggy
1930-1935
1930-35, Americanism; big1 + -y2
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  • You shall see that biggy Slymousie is no small affair when it comes to fighting Pixies.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • But biggy silenced the voice of his better judgment, and nibbled away.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • While biggy nibbled, nibbled, the Pixies spun and wove around him their fatal snares.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • The only alternative was for biggy himself to hold Ruef until the court could act.

  • Stridulans at the same moment struck the long roll on his drum, and the Pixies rushed in upon biggy.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • It was a most unlucky circumstance, for all the Slymousie tribe are fond of bee-bread and honey, and biggy was hungry.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • Spite the Spy arrived on the scene just as biggy had fairly settled down to enjoy a hearty meal.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • biggy had cautiously approached the camp and, crawling low in the grass, slipped by the picket line undiscovered.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook

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