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Synonyms for biddy

an ugly, frightening old woman

Synonyms for biddy

young bird especially of domestic fowl

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Instead she'll be one of the Lascivious Biddies, a four-woman pop, jazz and cabaret group that will be helping to ring in the new year Wednesday night at Mechanics Hall as part of First Night Worcester 2009.
The Lascivious Biddies recently released an EP titled "A Very Biddy Christmas" with traditional seasonal tunes - "Here Comes Santa Claus" - and the group's own compositions - "Christmastime in New York.
The Lascivious Biddies had formed eight months before Lane came on board eight years ago.
The original guitarist of the Lascivious Biddies left two years ago ("it was really amicable," Lane said).
A review in the The Bergen County Record stated, "The Lascivious Biddies - a steadily rising, all-female New York City quartet - write and perform songs so offbeat, so unique and so encompassing of other music categories that they had to come up with their own name for what they do: cocktail pop.
Meanwhile, The Providence Journal wrote, "The Lascivious Biddies push the sexy, both in name and the way that they sell themselves, but what the New York female quartet really has going on is chops and intelligence.
That said, the Lascivious Biddies are never far from Lane's thoughts.
The Lascivious Biddies had a five-year plan, and they met all the goals, Lane said.
But it's not all mad old biddies with life-size pictures of their fluffy pooches embroidered on their T-shirts.
But could I just say that the two old biddies behind us wasted the play by giving the punch lines and finishing the jokes before the cast.
Phyllida Law (Emma Thompson's mother) and Linda Kerr Scott have a couple of priceless scenes as local biddies who mistake Grace's stash for tea leaves and are uproariously transformed.
It was a love thing (gone bad) that tainted him,'' reveals Mindy Sterling, who's playing ``one of two biddies who helped raise the Grinch.
The old biddies in gran's quilting circle try to help by recalling their love lives.
Tea With Mussolini'' is a painfully annoying film about a group of self-absorbed English biddies who wonder why they should be prevented from enjoying their afternoon tea just because the surrounding world is at war.
The nosey biddies of the town called the humane society and accused me, a 7-year-old, of not feeding my horse and watering him,'' Wayne wrote in 1975 to Antelope Valley historian Glen A.