Definition of 'teddy'
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Give your dog an old teddy bear with treats hidden inside for your pooch to dig out. The Sun (2016)She looked like a teddy bear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But don't leave their favourite childhood teddy glowering out from atop the chest of drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Phone chargers were the most common item left behind, along with teddy bears and pyjamas. The Sun (2017)Not surprisingly, they are searched as they go in and teddy bears are prohibited. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Highgrove is selling a teddy bear called Harry? Times, Sunday Times (2016)AN orphaned foal nursed back to health with the help of a teddy bear still sleeps with it after three years. The Sun (2016)Not, surely, what they would have expected from a teddy bear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They brought bags of toys and teddy bears and furniture. The Sun (2013)The blanket and the teddy bear are objects that are meant to bring a message of care. Eating Problems: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Treatment Model (1994)So perhaps a teddy bear might be more welcome. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My childhood teddy was creamy white and had a blue bow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Should teddy bears be banned from nurseries? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Instead of teddy bears to sleep with it has grizzly bears. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is a typical teenage bolthole - packed tight with cuddly toys including a giant pink teddy. The Sun (2009)They looked at floral tributes and about 40 cuddly toys and teddy bears left by locals. The Sun (2013)Carnival glass was also given away as a prize at fairs, like giant teddy bears are today. The Sun (2012)Some had soft toys such as teddy bears on top of them, held on by sticky tape. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In addition, you might want to replace dummy by giving her a teddy or a favourite to cuddle. The Sun (2007)Now new research has shown that 25 per cent of men take a childhood teddy away on trips with them. The Sun (2010) Toys and teddy bears sent by well-wishers piled up in the village centre and a single candle glowed in a glass lantern. The Sun (2008)It's a giant teddy, which does a happy little dance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She said: 'To stop me from saying anything he put one of my favourite teddy bears over my mouth. The Sun (2013)
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