Did you perchance mean steam?
- From steam + -ie. (Wiktionary)
“You can download Labour's current dirty tricks campaign from th 'steamie' on the scotsman.”
“So I agree with Grogipher, so much so I nicked your thought for my latest steamie post.”
“But the above is the talk of the steamie, as they say in Airdrie and Shotts.”
“Blog Guelph: Rusty Old Thing Lovers old steamie, originally uploaded by vw-busman.”
“Opened last fall, the casual Davie Street joint gaily festooned with Habs hockey paraphernalia offers over a bevy of specialties from la belle province, including steamie dogs, Montreal smoked meat platters, spruce beer,”
“Assorted memories of Paris in the twenties, of the Habs or of the steamie special diner lunch launch, float and land as if at random.”
“Now playing in London for the month, Trilogy was the talk of the steamie at the Edinburgh festival last summer for reasons that were easily apparent the other night: for much of it the actors are nude, there is a set piece naked dance performed by non-professional volunteers, and a finale that invites female audience members to strip on spec and join the cast in a singsong.”
“It's the talk of the steamie down his former stomping ground of Kilmarnock.”
“After the game however, which won 2-1, tempers got heated, to put it mildly, as a full-scale steamie broke out in the tunnel.”
“But all it takes is one useless galloot like you, and we'll be the talk of the steamie. ”
Looking for tweets for steamie.