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- interj. Obsolete form of pardie.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Truly. See parde.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See pardy.
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In the words of Jethro Bodine: - I reckon, ain't that a perdy sight!
May 26, 2008 at 8:01 am ooooooooh wucha gunna dew wit dat rok? is it perdy?
Not pretty - I think you have to be under 6' to be perdy.
Potatstoes ore cueycumbers ore perdy muches eberyfink! an hes useded tu spent hiz tyme sleepin wen nawt nommin!
May 11, 2007 at 11:45 am that grey kittah so perdy.
When I told Mama about the part-time modeling work, she even said: “I always told ya you were perdy.”
His graduation is on Thursday so I have to look perdy and presentable.
And therefore go on your way, and look that ye be of good comfort, for all shall be for your worship and for the best, and perdy a twelvemonth will soon be done, and trust me, fair knight, I shall be true to you, and never to betray you, but to my death I shall love you and none other.
Gawaine, perdy I owe of right to worship you an ye were not my brother, for ye have worshipped King Arthur and all his court, for ye have sent him  more worshipful knights this twelvemonth than six the best of the Round Table have done, except
Alas, my fair brother, said Sir Gawaine, perdy I owe of right to worship you an ye were not my brother, for ye have worshipped King Arthur and all his court, for ye have sent him [* 5] more worshipful knights this twelvemonth than six the best of the Round Table have done, except Sir Launcelot.