noun blond·ie \ˈblän-dē\

Definition of blondie



  1. 1 informal + sometimes disparaging :  a blond person; especially :  a blond woman Being a blondie, I suppose I should have been going for the sweet, good girl look of Betty. — Dianne Bourne, Manchester Evening News, 11 Feb. 2013 —sometimes used in direct address Being blond has been … interesting. … I was on Skid Row downtown covering a story. As I stood on the sidewalk a man sidled up behind me and said in a squirrelly voice, ”Hey, blondie. Hey, blondie!” I looked around to see who he was talking to before I realized it was me. — Jeannine Stein, Los Angeles Times, 2 Dec. 1987

  2. 2 :  a bar cookie similar to a brownie in texture but made with a light-colored dough flavored with brown sugar … her sundae with chocolate-chip ice cream with hazelnut blondie in butterscotch sauce … — William Grimes, New York Times, 12 June 2002 Brownies, with their brash … chocolate flavor, are the plunging necklines of baking, whereas the more subtle, butterscotch-flavored blondies have real style. — Matthew Card, Cook’s Illustrated, July 2005

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