Definition of blondie in English:

blondie

Line breaks: blon|die
Pronunciation: /ˈblɒndi
 
/

noun (plural blondies)

1 informal A blonde-haired person, typically a woman or girl (usually as a form of address): you have a great imagination, blondie we never did manage to bag any major roles in the nativity play—it was always the blue-eyed blondies who played the angels
More example sentences
  • I think you're confusing her with Maxie, the blondie that I met down at the gym last Thursday.
  • "I understand a heck of a lot more than you do blondie," I replied.
  • "Be quiet, blondie."
2A small square of dense, pale-coloured cake, typically of a butterscotch or vanilla flavour: cut brownies, blondies, or other sweet squares into very small pieces
More example sentences
  • "No one," he urged, nibbling his half of the shared blondie, "ever expects a rejection or a bad review."
  • I saw some of the other Daring Bakers came up with sweet potato butterscotch blondies, avocado brownies, spinach cake that was really green, and an awe-inspiring Swiss roll with purple yams.
  • There are also lemon bars, raspberry-almond bars, brownies, blondies, hermit bars, cupcakes and several varieties of rather flat scones ($2.50 to $3).

Origin

late 19th century (in sense 1): from blonde + -ie; sense 2 after Brownie (sense 2).

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