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wallies

(ˈwælɪz)
pl n
(Dentistry) dialect Central Scot false teeth; dentures
[see wally2]
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TOOTHLESS Jeremy Corbyn should have worn his wallies to PMQs yesterday.
Just to confirm, for all you non-cyclists out there, we are not all wallies.
The pears were too hard for his dodgy wallies so he had to poach them to eat them and the only juice in the fridge was guava juice - apparently it's good for the prostate
Thank you Wales Online for providing me with more ammunition for me to throw at these wallies Craig Parry So you expect Welsh Ministers to walk a couple hundred yards in the pouring rain, wind, etc ?
This year's "dronie" winner featured the gathering in Cyprus where dozens of red-and-white striped Wallies reached up to the hovering drone above them.
Quite a few children turned up as Where's Wallies too.
Allow creativity to flow with Wallies Peel and Stick Big Dry Erase Mural.
Like, last year we were, 'a bunch of wallies who weren't going to win anything' and this year people think we are going to do alright and have a strong panel.
Don't forget: it was Gordon Brown and a Scottish majority of 'nays' who defeated Eck's grand, go-it-alone plan, not those Westminster wallies Cameron, Miliband and Clegg, Commissioners for Oaths (well they make ME swear an oath whenever I hear them
I make no apology for saying that I am an Englishman who is proud of his country's past achievements and who views with horror the thought that our little country might be abolished by a crowd of arrogant wallies in a foreign country.
NOT since Noah floated his entire assets has so much twaddle been spoken by political wallies in wellies over protecting insects and other crawling things, rather than addressing the danger of flooded homes and wrecked livelihoods.
Jill Gibbon 21-5 gave the visitors a great start but the Wallies put in a solid home performance with Bob Gillfillan 21-7 to the fore in the 25-shot decision.