wallies


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wallies

(ˈwælɪz)
pl n
(Dentistry) dialect Central Scot false teeth; dentures
[see wally2]
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We all hated them, but we didn't want to look like uneducated wallies. "Ah," she sighed, "People need to apply for that in person, madam, with A-photographic evidence."
Charlton Athletic 2 Sunderland 1 GEORGE Honeyman says Sunderland's players felt like "wallies" as for the second time this season they had to watch the opposition parade a trophy around Wembley, while they are doomed to stay in League One next season.
The game-changing elephant in the room fits right in your pocket, projectile vomiting nonstop stunts, spots, selfies, marketing, memories, miracle makes, egos, weirdness, wallies and fun, fun, fun.
Tiffany Haynes, a dog walker from London, brought Welsh Collie Megan with her to today's march, wearing the sign "Collies think Brexit is for wallies".
WALKING WALLIES One man thought it would be a good idea to walk across police tape to get closer to the fire.
Already, Gareth Southgate has dislocated his shoulder opening a jar of wallies for little Jesse Lingard, and I understand that Dele Alli's strained his tripes lunging for a tube of Pringles.
Just to confirm, for all you non-cyclists out there, we are not all wallies. Honest!
The pears were too hard for his dodgy wallies so he had to poach them to eat them and the only juice in the fridge was guava juice - apparently it's good for the prostate!
This year's "dronie" winner featured the gathering in Cyprus where dozens of red-and-white striped Wallies reached up to the hovering drone above them.
Allow creativity to flow with Wallies Peel and Stick Big Dry Erase Mural.
I make no apology for saying that I am an Englishman who is proud of his country's past achievements and who views with horror the thought that our little country might be abolished by a crowd of arrogant wallies in a foreign country.