Definition of Randie

1. a violent beggar [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Randie

rancored
rancorous
rancorously
rancors
rancour
rancoured
rancourous
rancourously
rancours
randan
randans
randed
randem
randems
randie (current term)
randier
randies
randiest
randily
randiness
randinesses
randing
randkluft
randklufts
random
random-access
random-access memory
random access
random access memory

Literary usage of Randie

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1. A Flying Fighter: An American Above the Lines in France by E. M. Roberts (1918)
"... XII "pizz" AND "randie" ONE of the most consistent combinations of pilot and good fellow was to be found in Phil Prothero. He was a daredevil Scotsman. ..."

2. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire for the Year (1906)
"His son, randie Holme the second (1601-1659), was Mayor of Chester in 1643. ... randie Holme the third assumed official duties which he had no right to ..."

3. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1880)
"[randie, ». adj. and v. V. RANDY.] RANDLE-TREE, *. ... RANDY", randie, randie-BEGGAR, ». 1. A sturdy beggar ; one who exacts alms by threatenings ..."

4. The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns, William Ernest Henley (1897)
"randie, lawless, obstreperous: "a men-ie core o' randie, ... randie, randy, a sturdy beggar, a ruffian : " reif randies, I disown ye, 252 ; " bann'd the ..."

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