- From French tasse, of the same meaning, from Arabic tassah, a bowl or basin. (Wiktionary)
“And keep an eye on what eventually happens to that titular tassie.”
“Taking the proceedings over is footballer (meaning soccer player, of course) Harry Heegan (Garrett Lombard), who's just won a silver tassie (read, championship cup) that establishes his prowess while also serving as a symbol of the shining prospects the nation's youth represented as they left for the battle field.”
“By the time it gets mashed through local (tassie) tv, it is 70% advertising, 20% bad local commentary and 10% actual vision, usually just the pit-stops …”
“Need POST lunch SAT venue for sherbets vefore tassie babes I guess.”
“By the time it gets mashed through local tassie tv, it is 70% advertising, 20% bad local commentary and 10% actual vision, usually just the pit-stops…”
“Jessie leaves for tassie on wednesday, so we need to do some shopping beforehand.”
“Apart from that glimpse of Mrs Culpepper's 'tassie', as we call such incised semi-precious carvings, the only antique I'd seen was a Newhall painted cream jug with a 'clip' handle — these are always pre-1790 and still a bargain.”
“The silly bitch laughingly refused to sell me her tassie ring, though — 'to keep you interested, Lovejoy'.”
“It appeared in the _Museum_, 1790. tassie = _a cup_; _Fr. _ 'tasse”
“Have a good off season Hawk fans lol @ jack of tassie Go have a sook elsewhere.”
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