- n. Plural form of filly.
“I think "fillies" are more in our line, and that in spite of every floor in the house being scrubbed daily with strong soda and water.”
“Eibar Coa was named to ride both fillies, meaning one must scratch.”
“She is one of Hills favorite 'fillies' and is really another Chuck E Skruumer in a skirt.”
“Gavin seems happier than I've ever seen him in Bachelor world, where he lives the life of supermodel Sultan, wooing compliant, star-stuck ladies in deserted theme parks, providing them with burlesque ie stripping classes, going on excursions to clifftop picnics where shrieking fillies are made to hurtle across the cliffs by Tarzan slide, clinging round his powerful torso.”
“It is an empathetic observation the right-on find difficult to swallow, but this is a sport whose dominant female rider is routinely referred to as "the Head-Turner" and whose flagship magazine show, the Morning Line, contained an among‑boys joke about servicing Japanese fillies minutes after Casey and Moore appeared last Saturday.”
“He actually did better siring fillies than he did colts.”
“Ascot 2.40 Despite still showing signs of inexperience, Russelliana had some very smart fillies behind when second in the Cherry Hinton Stakes a fortnight ago.”
“Charlie Riedel/Associated Press Sandy Lamp, from Louisville, Ky., watched the seventh race before the Kentucky Oaks race for three-year-old fillies.”
“Mr. Flay, who buys two or three horses a year, each for $800,000 or more, says his business plan calls for buying more expensive fillies that are "proven entities" and can generate income for breeding if they don't win races.”
“Hills had two other second placings in the Derby and was twice second in the Oaks, though his best chance in the fillies' race was surely with Dibidale in 1975.”
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