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  • n. Plural form of bolshie.


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  • Conservative territory, farming and hunting country, where I suspected that Labourites might still be called "bolshies," and that the Lib Dems would muster little better than a token showing.

    The New York Review of Books

  • Danny has been tasked with infiltrating the insurrectionist movements, the commies, the bolshies, and the Unionists fighting for worker and immigrant rights.

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  • They made the choice to align themselves with the bolshies, just as today's gays have established themselves as vicious little Marxists.

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • That he became the Deputy Director for Agricultural Credit at the Ukrainian Republican Office of the USSR State Bank in 1983, 6 years before the Berlin Wall came down -- undoubtedly thanks to his staunch pro-Western, anti-Moscow, \ "string the bolshies up by the balls\" Ukrainian separatist political convictions!?

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  • I fully expect that to be cleansed by the bolshies soon.

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  • I was quite ready to back him against war and conscription and all that, of course, but when it comes to all the goddam bolshies in creation —’

    The Complete Father Brown


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