Definition of bestie
: best friend The holiday was a present from my bestie to celebrate my 32nd birthday … — Helena McAlpine
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Just having the very BEST time at the @cubs game with one of my very besties @julietdnyc !!!
Unlike her Gryffindor besties, who routinely act out of impulse, Hermione is smart enough to weigh the risks of action and inaction—and then courageous and creative enough to act decisively in the face of invariably dim odds.
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, one of the league’s reigning style stars and a man who’s besties with Wade and LeBron, tells me he’s not very familiar with the award.
A source close to the case who asked not to be named said the two couples, the Kravitzes and Wein with Howland, used to be besties and even spent time together at the Kravitzes’ chalet in Aspen, Colorado.
So the revelation that the former co-stars aren't actually besties in real life hit Nickelodeon fans everywhere like a ton of heartbreaking bricks.
That’s no shabby fate for a pair of ditsy, determined besties who first emerged in a 1980s skit by the influential Los Angeles group The Groundlings.
Yara Shahidi and Rowan Blanchard just redefined bestie goals this weekend!
Blake Stone excels at bro-ing out as Owen's bestie Rodney, an oblivious, cocky war vet not above making a rape joke to a helpless room service attendant.
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