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willy 1

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

noun (plural willies)

British informal
A penis.
Example sentences
  • There was the usual crop of adverts for pills that promise to add inches to your willy, then give you permanent erections and multiple orgasms.
  • How would Keith know anything about the size of his willy?
  • I remember noting that his willy was small and unobtrusive.

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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There are 2 main definitions of willy in English:

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willy 2 Line breaks: willy
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪli/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun (plural willies)

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

Phrases

chuck (or throw) a willy

1
Australian /NZ informal Display sudden anger: he chucks a willy when I ask him if he is ready to say sorry
More example sentences
  • Royce'd throw a willy if he caught you out here.
  • Although you have cast dispersions on my integrity, I will not throw a willy.
  • Most receivers just don't like the cloud storage, and chuck a willy.

Origin

1930s: perhaps from willy-willy.

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