bidie-in

bidie-in

(ˌbaɪdɪˈɪn)
n
Scot a live-in sexual partner
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Most of the action is set in a struggling circus which is threatened with closure due to the evil scheming of rival circus owners Vladimir Heinkel and his vampish bidie-in, Countess Volenska.
Enough is enough, let Charlie pay for his bidie-in himself now and after the wedding.
In full pout, she was sitting alongside her bidie-in Sven Goran Eriksson and commentator Ian Crocker couldn't resist his tuppence worth.
Never mind the kids, Wife Swap should be made required viewing for anyone thinking of marriage or becoming someone's bidie-in.
When trendy shrink Samuel (Grant) finds his bidie-in (Julianne Moore) is pregnant, he is not exactly chuffed.
And Sven Goran Eriksson's bidie-in certainly isn't a global leader either, although clearly she thinks she is.
He'll never become King with a bidie-in, but he just might if he shows he is man enough to marry Camilla.
I think she should have kept her bidie-in, Michael Hutchence, well out of her children's lives, but there is something insufferably self- righteous about Sir Bob's actions.