Billy the Kid


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Bil·ly the Kid

 (bĭl′ē)
See William H. Bonney.

Billy the Kid

n
(Biography) nickname of William H. Bonney. 1859–81, US outlaw

Bil′ly the Kid′


n.
(William H. Bonney) 1859–81, U.S. outlaw.
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