Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of matey.

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Examples

  • In a comparatively short Parliamentary career he must have already cost the country a pretty penny in extra pay and pensions to the "mateys" and "matlows" of Devonport.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, May 9, 1917

  • Your pirate flag is to be worn with a smile and kept a secret from all, except for those potential mateys you are trying to recruit for another spirited armada.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Ahoy me mateys, it be too late to alter course ...

    A very busy CodePoet

  • See what a little freedom and creativity will get ye mateys?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Ahoy me mateys, it be too late to alter course ...

    Ada Lovelace Day

  • Me hearties, terday be both Talk Like a Pirate Day 'n' Rosh Hashanah, arrh, 'n' so Cap'n Fausto wishes all his mateys who be kinfolk ter ol 'Cap'n Jonah that King Neptune hisself'll grant 'em fair winds' n 'seas, arrh,' n'll carve their initials in th 'gun'l's o' his divine galleon, 'n'll seal 'em up with pitch' n 'tar enough ter last another whole turn o' th 'seasons, by Blackbeard's bloody boots, arrh.

    Avast, ye lubbers!

  • Ahoy me mateys, it be too late to alter course ...

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • See what a little freedom and creativity will get ye mateys?

    Tales from the Cafe

  • Arrrgh mateys keel haul the malt worm belo yon bus!

    Think Progress » Despite Claiming That She Never Called Obama ‘Anti-American,’ Bachmann Now Brags About How She Did

  • Me hearties, terday be both Talk Like a Pirate Day 'n' Rosh Hashanah, arrh, 'n' so Cap'n Fausto wishes all his mateys who be kinfolk ter ol 'Cap'n Jonah that King Neptune hisself'll grant 'em fair winds' n 'seas, arrh,' n'll carve their initials in th 'gun'l's o' his divine galleon, 'n'll seal 'em up with pitch' n 'tar enough ter last another whole turn o' th 'seasons, by Blackbeard's bloody boots, arrh.

    Archive 2009-09-01

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