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Proper noun[edit]


  1. A pet name.
    • 1947, Josephine Pauline Eckert, The practicing of Christopher
      "Come out and see," he said. Binkie made a face and withdrew from the window.
    • 1979, Margaret Morley, Larger than life: the biography of Robert Morley
      'Not on your life,' she said. Binkie pleaded. He made her a promise. If Bea played on the first night he'd release Ambrosine from the deal.