Definition of middy
1 : midshipman
2 : a loosely fitting blouse with a sailor collar worn by women and children
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When draws are going 50-50 against these good teams, that is what brings these games close and the middies, all six of them out there, were really going after it hard.
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Origin and Etymology of middy
by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1818See Words from the same year
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