baby's dummy


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Noun1.baby's dummy - device used for an infant to suck or bite onbaby's dummy - device used for an infant to suck or bite on
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
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The 39-year-old hugged her but she became alarmed when he tried to get her to suck a baby's dummy.
So I feel justified in asking why I should pay for a full TV licence when I've had to stop watching one of my favourite quiz programmes, Eggheads, because the presenter is the very boring Jeremy Vine, who is, I understand, the highest paid presenter of the BBC, and has to have a biro stuck in his hand like a baby's dummy. How can you justify paying such people huge sums when you can't afford it?
The cartoon depicted Williams jumping above a broken racquet next to a baby's dummy in the US Open final.
He'd literally pick anything and everything up, once a deserted baby's dummy which he put in his mouth and paraded around sucking on it like an actual baby that had everyone we encountered in stitches.
Her tongue is also pierced and she wears a long, thick silver chain with a blue Winnie the Pooh baby's dummy attached to it.
With this being a professional press conference, with a large public gallery, Dodd responded by tossing a baby's dummy across the top table, then added something appoaching heartfelt philosophy.
A whole baked potato, a baby's dummy teat and a Barbie doll head without hair were the others that made dogs feel suddenly unwell.
JOEL CAMPBELL celebrated Arsenal's third goal by putting a baby's dummy in his mouth.
Looking relaxed in jeans and an old coat, she had swapped her usual ring bling for her baby's dummy.
A normally-comforting baby's dummy has its use inverted, as many of them make up the Puffer-Sucker fish mobile, on what is really an endangered but toxic fish.