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Ossie

/ˈɒzɪ/
adjective, noun
1.
a variant spelling of Aussie
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  • There were strained faces on the bridge deck then and ossie was seen to lay a tentative hand on the cushion of the nearer seat.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • But, Percy, dear, ossie has his father's temper and is so self-willed at times!

    Oswald Langdon Carson Jay Lee
  • ossie was about to argue the matter when footsteps approached and they moved off again.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • ossie was apologetic as to the menu, although he need not have been.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Of course, I don't say ossie couldn't do it, mind you, but—we wouldn't want to take chances.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Say, how long before we're going to have something to eat, ossie?

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • ossie has a snub nose, a lot of rebellious brown hair, red cheeks and a wide mouth that is usually smiling.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour
  • ossie tugged at Perry's sleeve, but Perry failed to notice it.

    The Adventure Club Afloat Ralph Henry Barbour

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