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noddy

noun nod·dy \ˈnä-dē\
plural noddies

Definition of NODDY

1
:  a stupid person
2
:  any of several stout-bodied terns (especially genus Anous) of warm seas

Examples of NODDY

  1. <which one of you noddies put an empty milk carton back in the fridge?>

Origin of NODDY

probably short for obsolete noddypoll, alteration of hoddypoll fumbling inept person
First Known Use: circa 1530

Rhymes with NODDY

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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