pickadilly

pickadilly

(ˌpɪkəˈdɪlɪ)
n, pl -lies
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant of piccadill
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Walter greatly enjoyed his Monday nights at the Pickadilly Pub in Auburn and special thanks go out to his favorite waitresses who always went out of their way to make him feel at home.
27) The property is described in the 'Survey of Certain Lands and Tenements scituate and being at Pickadilly, the Blue Muse, and others thereunto adioyninge'(1650), in Peter Cunningham, Handbook for London, Past and Present (London, 1849) 2:738.
which will show its first full line of accessories this market, will unveil Pickadilly -- a four-color textured resin collection that has color-coordinated sequins attached to the individual accessories.