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- Dialectal diminutive of wife ("woman"). (Wiktionary)
“wifie" caught a fish the same procedure was repeated.”
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“Mr. Harrold, I'm sure your little wifie will do whatever YOU tell her to do, isn't that right?”
“Even better, my wifie works at home, and occasionally our naps overlap.”
“We are re-writing a film script at the direct request of a studio, preparing a television series pitch, I'm writing a science fiction novel with my mentor Larry Niven, writing the third Tennyson Hardwick detective novel with my wifie, researching a contemporary thriller involving quantum physics, National Security, and the damnedest cult you ever saw.”
“John McBush, and his billionaire dominatrix mistress wifie Cinderella McBush.”
“I dislike being treated like I was a wee wifie of no intelligence and less consequence, and I stopped being the simpering type when I was about five.”
“Spurned wifie, following the iron laws of retribution, sells story to Mail, the paper of contempt for the Today-editing classes.”
“Jenny says the old B&B wifie marked him, but by the time the cavalry arrived he had had if away on his toes.”
“And only six months ago (before this story opens) he would have embraced me tenderly when he came in and said, 'How is the little wifie-pifie to-night?”
“Wi 'his wifie blithe and free, and his bairnie on his knee,”
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