bidie-in

bidie-in

(ˌbaɪdɪˈɪn)
n
Scot a live-in sexual partner
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Most of the action is set in a struggling circus which is threatened with closure due to the evil scheming of rival circus owners Vladimir Heinkel and his vampish bidie-in, Countess Volenska.
Enough is enough, let Charlie pay for his bidie-in himself now and after the wedding.
And I'll bet Des Lynam won't forget Jenny Pitman's line in small talk for a while - suggesting that the old super smoothie should tie the knot with his bidie-in!
In full pout, she was sitting alongside her bidie-in Sven Goran Eriksson and commentator Ian Crocker couldn't resist his tuppence worth.
When trendy shrink Samuel (Grant) finds his bidie-in (Julianne Moore) is pregnant, he is not exactly chuffed.
Never mind the kids, Wife Swap should be made required viewing for anyone thinking of marriage or becoming someone's bidie-in.
And Sven Goran Eriksson's bidie-in certainly isn't a global leader either, although clearly she thinks she is.
He'll never become King with a bidie-in, but he just might if he shows he is man enough to marry Camilla.
I think she should have kept her bidie-in, Michael Hutchence, well out of her children's lives, but there is something insufferably self- righteous about Sir Bob's actions.
None of the above however, includes the booze budget which - in case any wives or bidie-ins stray into unfamiliar territory - we can say no more about.