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willies

noun plural wil·lies \ˈwi-lēz\

Definition of WILLIES

:  a fit of nervousness :  jitters —used with the

Examples of WILLIES

  1. <spiders give me the willies for some reason>

Origin of WILLIES

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1896
WILLIES Defined for Kids

willies

noun plural wil·lies \ˈwi-lēz\

Definition of WILLIES for Kids

:  a fit of nervousness <That scary movie gives me the willies.>

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