His mother's a widdy woman with nine moidtherin' childer, not countin' the pig an' the goat, which has aquil advantages.
You'll get that grub-stake over the eye; the widdy is dangerous to-night.
Wid that we wint aff to the widdy's, next door, and ye may well say it was an illigant place; so it was.
And old Angus wagged his head and said, "Canny lass, the widdy!"
Thus they worked toward the widdy Baggs's till they came to a dry brook bed.
Sir, and the widdy's blessen on you, don't be villeefyen them that's gone.
It's some of them blathering Barneys that's after calling me Bridget a widdy.
A friend of ours was waylaid by a certain “widdy” woman, with an unlimited amount of ragged responsibilities at her heels.
There were many surprises and sharp contrasting colour spots on the map of the "widdy's" trail for the next nine years.
Private Gellatly said, with a shake of the head, as she was lost to view: "Devils bestir me, what a widdy she'll make!"