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  • noun Plural form of culchie.

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Examples

  • In the massive and absorbing Slugger reaction, I was struck by the generation gap - many (relative) city slicker oldies, regardless of their first foot forward, wanted to smash the young "culchies" (the unanimously adopted epithet for them).

    Slugger O'Toole

  • In the massive and absorbing Slugger reaction, I was struck by the generation gap - many (relative) city slicker oldies, regardless of their first foot forward, wanted to smash the young "culchies" (the unanimously adopted epithet for them).

    Slugger O'Toole

  • In the massive and absorbing Slugger reaction, I was struck by the generation gap - many (relative) city slicker oldies, regardless of their first foot forward, wanted to smash the young "culchies" (the unanimously adopted epithet for them).

    Slugger O'Toole

  • In the massive and absorbing Slugger reaction, I was struck by the generation gap - many (relative) city slicker oldies, regardless of their first foot forward, wanted to smash the young "culchies" (the unanimously adopted epithet for them).

    Slugger O'Toole

  • In the massive and absorbing Slugger reaction, I was struck by the generation gap - many (relative) city slicker oldies, regardless of their first foot forward, wanted to smash the young "culchies" (the unanimously adopted epithet for them).

    Slugger O'Toole

  • If you haven't seen it before now take a trip over to the website of Telefís Éireann - as we culchies call it - and marvel at how John Waters somehow remains extraordinarily calm amidst Dunphy's tears and Harris's tales of his cancer treatment also intriguing to hear Senator Eoghan hark back to his Stickie days by making reference to Lenin and his remarks on "excitative terror".

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • If you haven't seen it before now take a trip over to the website of Telefís Éireann - as we culchies call it - and marvel at how John Waters somehow remains extraordinarily calm amidst Dunphy's tears and Harris's tales of his cancer treatment also intriguing to hear Senator Eoghan hark back to his Stickie days by making reference to Lenin and his remarks on "excitative terror".

    Three men and a buggered economy

  • Or maybe we could do something for the travelling community or 'gyppos' as culchies still call them.

    Wake me up on March 18th

  • Or maybe we could do something for the travelling community or 'gyppos' as culchies still call them.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The Dubs, as they were known, the inner-city people, would sit there with their nose turned up at the smell of cow dung, slagging off die muckers, the culchies, as the farmers were known, they'd think they were better.

    Bono On Bono

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