beastie


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beast·ie

 (bē′stē)
n. Informal
An animal, especially one regarded with jocular affection.

beastie

(ˈbiːstɪ)
n
1. Scot a small animal
2. informal an insect

beast•ie

(ˈbi sti)

n.
a small animal.
[1775–85]
References in classic literature ?
Another, a dilapidated, striped beastie, with both ears and one eye gone, glared at us from the sofa in the corner.
He was a gorgeous beastie, with a face as round as a full moon, vivid green eyes, and immense, white, double paws.
I like decent cats reasonably well; but I don't like beasties of your complexion."
There was a fat woman inside in a red jumper with pothooks and beasties embroidered upon it.
"It is nothing," he said; "the poor, dumb beasties are not to be blamed for straying into fatter pastures."
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Beastie is "a creation conjured from the imaginings of children" with echoes of The Gruffalo and Maurice Sendak's book, Where The Wild Things Are.
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