baffies

baffies

(ˈbæfɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) dialect Scot slippers
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So relaxed I'm generally still in my elastic waist pyjamas and fluffy baffies at four in the afternoon.
MOTHER Glasgow last night loosened her corsets, kicked off her baffies and welcomed the world to the greatest party she has ever thrown.
London, July 04 (ANI): Heard of bobowler, baffies, bishybarnabee, tittermatorter?
In fact, the three-inch high Yorkshire Terrier fits right inside one of Charlie's baffies.
This is not easy because every time their backs are turned Nana, played by Gregor Fisher in baffies, pinny and stockings that threaten to fall down at any minute, eats their food.
While his colleagues went back to work at Holyrood, the cowardly thug did some early-morning DIY dressed in his jammies, goonie and baffies.
Meanwhile, the Scottish Football Association proudly unveiled our new national away strip in pink and primrose and the latest fans' T-shirt saying I Love Scotland showing a portly wifey in a simmet, long johns and baffies (I only made one of those up).
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Users are also asked the meaning of the word baffies and to name a famous Bay City Rollers song.
And she pledged to complete the dressed–down look by teaming her onesie with a pair of old baffies.
I have dozens of shoes but can only wear comfy ones, trainers or my baffies.