(Aus.) lucky; occas. as n., a lucky person.
|No Sunlight Singing (1966) 23: I was real arsy to pick up a job here.|
|Holy Smoke 30: He’d have to be pretty arsey, wouldn’t he? Seein’ he’s a Jew, and it’s them Philistine bludgers that draw it!|
|(con. 1941) Gunner 87: Now you just lie back an’ take it easy. Ya got a homer, mate, you arsey bastard.|
|More Aus. Nicknames 25: Arsie Is very lucky at cards.|
|Ridgey-Didge Oz Jack Lang 17: Arsey Lucky.|
|G’DAY 76: You arsey bastard. Yer gunna be quids in.|
|Boys from Binjiwunyawunya 156: A dubbo like you would be arsey enough to fluke something like this.|
|Lex. of Cadet Lang. 16: arsy [...] lucky.|
|Observer Screen 5 Mar. 9: Grassy knoll? My arsey knoll, more like!|
|Tales of the Honey Badger [ebook] [I]t was yours truly who grabbed the chese and planted it. Very arsey!|
(Aus.) very lucky.
|Adventures of the Honey Badger [ebook] VITAL AUSSIE VERNACULAR He’s All Arse: Lucky bastard all of the time.|