Barby



barby

noun

A barbecue: Put a shrimp on the barby for me/ which is sure to have Aussies everywhere ducking under their barbies (1980s+ Australian)
Historical Examples

Scotty, suppose you get the binoculars for barby, then rig up a fan.
The Electronic Mind Reader John Blaine

From what barby says, she has grown hard and bitter with trouble.
Not Like Other Girls Rosa N. Carey

barby pointed to a shelf, actually a terrace in the rock structure, above and a few yards to the left of the mine entrance.
The Blue Ghost Mystery Harold Leland Goodwin

barby, if there be fresh trouble, tell me instantly, and at once.
Not Like Other Girls Rosa N. Carey

barby and Jan were standing far forward, close to where the cabin top curved downward to the forward deck.
The Flying Stingaree Harold Leland Goodwin

“The Crummies announcer is cuter,” barby explained patiently.
The Electronic Mind Reader John Blaine

Up from below came the sound of keys touched softly as barby sang an old lullaby.
Georgina of the Rainbows Annie Fellows Johnston

“The reason for the chopper is a long story,” Steve answered barby.
The Electronic Mind Reader John Blaine

The local sporting goods store had a good stock of equipment and barby was able to purchase what she wanted without difficulty.
The Electronic Mind Reader John Blaine

barby and Scotty were around the island somewhere with Janice.
The Electronic Mind Reader John Blaine

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