Definition of Randies
1. randy [n] - See also: randy
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Literary usage of Randies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Law Chronicle: A Monthly Journal (1857)
"The only correspondent who has suggested the total suppression is Mr. randies, whose letter is inserted below. We have no intention to refuse insertion to ..."
2. Literary Anecdotes and Contemporary Reminiscences of Professor Porson and Others by Edmund Henry Barker (1852)
"Her late Majesty, Queen Caroline, then Princess of Wales, took great interest in the welfare of the celebrated little minstrel, Miss randies: she was ..."
3. Literary Anecdotes and Contemporary Reminiscences of Professor Porson and by Edmund Henry Barker (1852)
"... Miss randies: she was invited to pass a few days at Blackheath, where she was introduced to the Princess Charlotte, who became very much attached to her ..."
4. Report 1- (1870)
"randies, 4á. To Little Robert, for mending his shoes, An Indenture of 1344, with five seals appended, granting an annuity to the Guild of St. Mary out of ..."