rellies

Related to rellies: IDGI, FUBR, WUU2

rellies

(ˈrɛlɪz)
pl n
1. Austral and NZ relatives
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FRIENDLY But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are more likely to go for the shepherd's pie at the Old Boot Inn with children George, six, Charlotte, four, and year-old Louis when visiting the rellies at Kate's home village of Bucklebury in Berkshire.
We recently went to the graveyard my husband's rellies are buried in and spoke to the verger.
Dadu -- on account of Eid Miladun Nabi SAW rellies and religious gethering were organized in dadu Dadu, Johi, Mehar and other parts of district here on Wednesday.
But as we see him asking his rellies for rent and trying to dodge returning Carmel's deposit, it's clear he's not doing as well as he's pretending.
Which is perhaps why, during four decades when we might have (we both have rellies here), I have never felt the slightest urge to visit.
THE countdown to Christmas has begun and if you've got guests and rellies coming to stay, it's time to get your house in order.
Of course, in Australia, one says 'rellies' (short for relatives), not 'family'.
Bah-humbug hilarity with Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon as a couple who'll go to any lengths to avoid their rellies at Xmas.
I was so awestruck with the Australian landscape that our family booked tickets the next day to visit to the 'rellies' down under.
This six-bedroom house has an annexe attached with two more bedrooms for your rellies to stay in.
Michelle McManus might not have landed a catch on the trawl for distant rellies up on Barra.