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cutty

(ˈkʌtɪ)
adj
short or cut short
n, pl -ties
1. something cut short, such as a spoon or short-stemmed tobacco pipe
2. an immoral girl or woman (in Scotland used as a general term of abuse for a woman)
3. a short thickset girl
[C18 (Scottish and northern English): from cut (vb)]
References in classic literature ?
He was mighty plainly habited, with a knitted nightcap drawn over his ears, and smoked a foul cutty pipe.
As I came up he was lighting rank tobacco, in a cutty pipe, with an evil-smelling match, and the flame showed me the suspicion of a smile.
5 million refurbishment of the iconic Cutty Sark bridge over the A8 at Bargeddie as part of Network Rails Railway Upgrade Plan.
The Sunday Cutty Bang starts this weekend at Musiclounge, Yarm Lane, Stockton.
The iconic Cutty Sark could soon have a PS15million replica built on the River Clyde.
Windsor Castle, Tower of London & Cutty Sark 4 days from PS279, 6 May, 17 June, 26 August & 9 September 2016 Enjoy the vibrancy of London and join us as we visit three major attractions.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Three nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to the Poldark Mine for a mine tour Visit to the village of Mullion on the Lizard Peninsula Scenic coach journey along the Cornish coast Visits to Padstow & Charlestown Visit to the Smugglers Museum on Bodmin Moor The Queen's 90th Birthday Windsor Castle, Tower of London & Cutty Sark 6 May, 17 June & 26 August 2016 4 days from PS279 Enjoy the vibrancy of London and join us as we visit three major attractions.
This cocktail highlights Cutty Sark Prohibition, Cutty's updated version of a brand mostly known by our grandparents.
LONDON, Dhu-AlHijjah 25, 1435, October 19, 2014, SPA -- London firefighters have extinguished a small blaze on the 19th-century sailing ship Cutty Sark, a tourist attraction that was restored after a major fire in 2007, AP reported.
Including a visit to the newly restored Cutty Sark - Departs Oct 2014 Enjoy a 'flight' on the spectacular Emirates Air Line, a short river cruise, Royal Docks tour and visit the famous tea-clipper on this marvellous London break.
First, a trip down the river and years with David Hayman on the Clyde-built Cutty Sark.
Cutty Sark's director Richard Doughty said that the studio theatre project was designed to attract new audiences who might not usually consider visiting the historic ship and the development of a flexible theatre space will help in reaching out to new audiences.