noun, (often lowercase) Informal.
a rebellious British youth who, in the 1950s and early 1960s, affected the dress of the reign of Edward VII.
(in Britain, esp in the mid-1950s) one of a cult of youths who wore mock Edwardian fashions, such as tight narrow trousers, pointed shoes, and long sideboards Often shortened to ted
any tough or delinquent youth
noun, (often lowercase) Informal. 1. a rebellious British girl who, in the 1950s and early 1960s, affected the dress of the reign of Edward VII. 2. a girl companion of Teddy boys. noun 1. a girl companion to a teddy boy
noun 1. a male given name, form of Edward or Theodore. 2. a female given name, form of Theodora. noun (pl) -dies 1. a woman’s one-piece undergarment, incorporating a chemise top and panties techno
noun 1. (italics) an ancient Latin hymn of praise to God, in the form of a psalm, sung regularly at matins in the Roman Catholic Church and, usually, in an English translation, at Morning Prayer in the Anglican Church, as well as on special occasions as a service of thanksgiving. 2. a musical setting of […]
adjective 1. marked by monotony or tedium; long and tiresome: tedious tasks; a tedious journey. 2. wordy so as to cause weariness or boredom, as a speaker, a writer, or the work they produce; prolix. adjective 1. causing fatigue or tedium; monotonous 2. (obsolete) progressing very slowly