- n. informal One's best friend.
- best + -ie (Wiktionary)
“Whitney Port’s high school bestie is joining the cast of The City.”
““The problem is,” Clarice says, “that her bestie is her sister, Madeline, who is the one who left her in Southie tonight!””
“Dinner was nv alone .. beastie (aka bestie) came to the rescue of the beauty!! hee .. the most sumptuous meal for the week i wld say cox my appetite is coming back!!! but i will eat in moderation and continue to keep fit!!”
“Elisabeth Hasselbeck tries to act as with-it and progressive as possible while all she clearly wants to do is throw up and weepily call her bestie Sarah Palin on the phone to tell her what Sherri Shepherd Vows to Defend Biblical Definition of Marriage That She Cannot Remember Proposition 8 didn't go over so well with the gay community!”
“And yes, Winfrey did give spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant a chance back in the day that Vanzant admittedly sabotaged, but have we seen any other people of color since then besides Winfrey's "bestie", Gayle King springboard into super stardom via an association with her?”
“Amy tries bonding with "bestie" pal Penny, discussing her penis envy — "not for sex, for convenience" — but the brainiac's night terrors send Penny into Leonard's bed.”
“I like to consider Liz Lemon as my "bestie" as well.”
“Special correspondent and official "bestie" Annie Tucker reports live from LA, following the 2005 Reebok Human Rights Awards.”
“Preteen I heard baby's "bestie" talking about "doing it" and how good it is.”
“If you find yourself in a situation like this, ask your bestie to give him another shot.”
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