Definition of baldy in English:

baldy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɔːldi
 
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(also baldie)

noun (plural baldies)

informal , derogatory
A bald-headed person.
More example sentences
  • The irony gets a little heavy-handed - one of the baldies discovers love while picking up an anorexic chick in the hospital cafeteria - but the sentiment is genuine.
  • For the most part, the Etech conference was made up of two groups: the graybeards and the baldies (alternatively the t-shirt brigade).
  • Even so, despite her ‘inner beauty’ platitudes, she's voted off the fats, baldies and dental monstrosities in an entirely predictable manner.

adjective

chiefly Scottish & Irish Back to top  
Bald: a baldy head
More example sentences
  • If this was Sheffield, where The Full Monty came from, a wig war would have been the cue for slapper jokes and baldy scams, but not here.
  • The protagonist is a middle aged man in blue overalls, with a neat haircut and little baldy patch.
  • Then as it drew closer I realised that it was a toupee and that the wind had blown it straight of his baldy head.

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