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cardy Line breaks: cardy
Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːdi/
(also cardie)

Definition of cardy in English:

noun (plural cardies)

British informal
Short for cardigan.
Example sentences
  • Right… I'll just hang out here in my twin-set cardy and miniskirt and await your responses.
  • The ladies would be in colourful saris and jewels, though many donned a cardy to ward off the wind.
  • Don't wear them with a long cardie like you did with skinny jeans.

Words that rhyme with cardy

cadi, Guardi, Hardie, hardy, lardy, Mahdi, mardy, Saadi, samadhi, tardy, Yardie

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