bezzie

bezzie

(ˈbɛzɪ) or

bezzy

adj
best (esp in the phrase bezzie mate)
n
one's best friend
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Refusing to divulge the god-parents' names (ticky-bets bezzie Serena Williams is one.) Ordering privacy at Wimbledon's Number One court when she and two mates turned up to cheer on Ms W.
Must the extroverts change it into a social event with a "group dynamic" in which people "start as strangers and finish as bezzie mates"?
Don't ask your bezzie Kanye for suggestions is our tip daddy-to-be John Legend.
Ahead of the double eviction, Ladbrokes had Vicky 1-2 odds-on favourite to be crowned Queen, with only her jungle bezzie Ferne McCann standing in her way.
As his partner Michelle is Carla's bezzie mate, will he reveal Tina's secret and drop her in it?
MY BROTHER-IN-LAW Duncan (above) is this week's 'bezzie'.
Everyone we spoke to afterwards, including a lot of my MY BROTHER-IN-LAW Duncan (above) is this week's 'bezzie'.
JULIE Hesmondhalgh is my Bezzie of the WeeK for being such a lovely person and an amazing actress.
Faced with a room full of face-painted brats high on food colouring, egged on by Faye's scheming bezzie mate Grace - we can only sympathise.
But I'm somehow less impressed by reports that Naomi Campbell left a pounds 5,000 tip for a waitress while out with new bezzie mate Cameron Diaz at celebrity club Whisky Mist in London.
Kim - who's just given birth to her second child, baby boy Saint - has promised to support her bezzie on social media, watching from her home in LA.