Definition of Chummies

1. chummy [n] - See also: chummy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chummies

chumars
chumble
chumbled
chumbles
chumbling
chumbucket
chumbuckets
chumley
chumleys
chummage
chummages
chummed
chummeries
chummery
chummier
chummies (current term)
chummiest
chummily
chumminess
chumminesses
chumming
chummy
chump
chump-change
chump change
chump chop
chump chops
chumped
chumpier
chumpiest

Literary usage of Chummies

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1. The Condition of Women and Children Among the Celtic, Gothic, and Other Nations by John MacElheran (1858)
"IN speaking of the condition of children, we must not forget the white slaves of England, still bought and sold, called chummies, or chimney sweeps. ..."

2. Delight and Power in Speech: A Universal Dramatic Reader by Leonard G. Nattkemper, George Wharton James (1919)
"What d'ye say, now, chummies ? Shall we take those whales ? ... "On with the beef, chummies 1 Smash every oar 1 double 'em up, or break 'em ! ..."

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