- n. Plural form of cardie.
“The choir, made up of more than 100 children from four north Manchester primary schools in ankle socks and pigtails and cardies, sing sweetly, if not with the soaring transcendence of the 1929 recording, but their big moment – a re-creation of the occasion when the nymphs and shepherds were triumphantly hymned – is muffled: it needs to stand on its own pinnacle, away from the beguiling story of late love.”
“I could go on, but I think I've made my point—tennis kit looks a whole lot better on and serves to be more memorable when worn by the opposite sex even Roger Federer's Gatsby cardies look good.”
“But Dave says absolutely no serious shopping before the comprehensive spending review, which is the tiniest bit unfair, I told Mummy, because no one looks at Manuela and counts up what she spends on all her funny shirts and cardies, they can't if they never see her.”
“Coercing Muslim women into BHS cardies will merely galvanisejihadists into blowing me out of my cardie and into a Keffiyeh.”
“I think I had about 50 of those cardies all knitted by Grandma the Legend.”
“Barbara Cartland used to wear pink silk chiffon and pearl-crusted cardies or so she would have us believe.”
“I was in a bar in London about twelve years ago when a predatory woman of a certain age said that even now what turned her on the most were “men in Starsky cardies.””
“My office had once been a little one-bedroom flat, and in the old bedroom I kept my foxy Little Lady wardrobe of pencil skirts, neat tweed suits, and deep V-neck cardies.”
“Your off the hook and on with the cardies,mini-prints and citrus colored Jackie coats as only us Yanks can do.”
“Any one of your 'object of contention' summer short-sleeved cardies with that will look fab!”
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