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willy1

Syllabification: wil·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈwilē
 
/
(also willie)

noun (plural willies)

British informal

Origin

early 20th century: nickname for the given name William.

Words that rhyme with willy

Billie, billy, Chile, chilli (US chili), chilly, Dili, dilly, filly, frilly, ghillie, gillie, Gilly, hilly, Lillee, lily, Lyly, papillae, Philly, Piccadilly, piccalilli, silly, skilly, stilly, Tilly, willy-nilly

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noun (plural willies)

Australian /NZ informal
A sudden outburst of anger or annoyance.

Origin

1930s: perhaps from willy-willy.

Phrases

chuck (or throw) a willy

1
Display sudden anger: he chucks a willy when I ask him if he is ready to say sorry

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