baldy

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baldy

A man who is bald or has no hair. Hey, baldy! I didn't realize you were going to shave your head today. If you take after my side of the family, you'll be a baldy by 45.

baldie

verb
See baldy

baldy

and baldie (ˈbɑldi)
n. a bald-headed man. I’m getting to be an old baldie. I’d rather be a baldy than a skinny kid with a pile of wet thatch sticking out of my head.
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Kate Middleton also has a hilarious nickname for Prince William, which is a baldy.
WILLIAM Hague was branded a baldy with a strange voice yesterday - by a member of his frontbench team.
He said: "I think it's as petty as the fact that he's a baldy and he has a funny accent."
Asked by political website YouGov.Com why Hague was such a turn-off for voters, he said: "I think it's as petty as the fact that he's a baldy and he has a funny accent.
Now, we have a Baldy who is not only, due to features of his subjectivity, hindered from offering a commensurable representation of Zuni, but who also, we learn late in the text, "met Painted Turtle in the Blackbird Cafe in Cuba during her opening night" (108), and therefore must have invented much more about her life than he has let on and who finally is a figure written by Major, an author just as distanced from Zuni as Baldy, if not more so.