meat pie n.
1. (orig. Aus.) an eye, usu. in pl.
|Sun. Times (Perth) 5 Sept. 8: Keep your meat-pies on that peanut, I think he’s on fer crackin’ up ther crib.|
|Ridgey-Didge Oz Jack Lang 13: She sits by a flickering Ron Randell in sweet celestial bliss / She sits there with meat pies like pools of hit and miss.|
|White Shoes 15: Keep your meat pies open. There’s a lot of shifty cunts up there.|
|Vinnie Got Blown Away 150: He closed his meat pies in respect for Senegal.|
2. a necktie.
|Aus. Women’s Wkly 3 Nov. 10/4: You never move your bag of fruit (suit) and meat pie (tie) to the big peach (beach).|
|Ridgey-Didge Oz Jack Lang 36: Meat Pies Neck ties.|
3. a fly (the insect or that of the trousers).
4. a lie.
|Men at Arms (1994) 175: Someone is telling meat pies. Never trust anyone who falls on their arse for a living.|
5. (Aus.) a (rugby) try.
|Adventures of the Honey Badger [ebook] Meat pie = try.|