“We grant the "poppet;" we concede the "chickabiddy;" and then sternly inquire if an excess of loyalty is to impugn the reason of the most ratiocinative editor?”
“Betty, the editor's housemaid, has given warning, declaring that she cannot live with any gentleman who insists upon taking her in his arms, and tossing her up and down as if she was no more than a baby; at the same time making a chirruping noise with his mouth, and calling her "poppet" and "chickabiddy.”
“All right then, chickabiddy; we'll put Mother and Baby out, then we'll take Delight around the block, and that'll be about all for to-day.”
“It's for you, chickabiddy, and if you'd like to go up there I'll show you a way.”
“Yes, chickabiddy, but I hope they will soon be over now," was the answer, as the anxious face tried to smile bravely for the child's sake.”
“Yes, chickabiddy, but I hope they will soon be over now," was the answer, as the anxious face tried to smile bravely for the child's sake,”
“I answered, "'Come back soon to your own chickabiddy' means 'Reviens bientôt à ta chérie,'" which apparently satisfied him.”
“The Emperor came up to me and asked, "What does chickabiddy mean?”
“The Emperor himself brought a cup of tea to me, a very unusual thing for him to do, and I fancy a great compliment, saying, "This is for our chickabiddy!”
““We’re taking the useful ones,” said Mother; “we’ve got to play at being Poor for a bit, my chickabiddy.””
These user-created lists contain the word ‘chickabiddy’.
Those great mashup words that sound like somebody's grampa made them up.
I only started dog-earing 2/5 of the way through, so I'll have to re-read at some point in order to complete this list.
Words for things both tangible and anthropic. I'm in the process of spinning off hardware into ute, and people into oofy.
Words with a certain flowing, silly sound to them; I may as well have found them in a James Joyce novel.
Looking for tweets for chickabiddy.