A stylish young woman.

In Australia, it specifically refers to a young woman dressed up for the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne. Additionally, it is usually only used in the plural form.

It is taken from the term for a young female horse before she is old enough for racing.
1. "What a fine filly!"
2. "Check out those fillies in The Birdcage!"
by stuckdan November 06, 2007
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n. fil-ee
noun, plural: -lies

Typically refers to 13-30 year old female fans of the 2010 reboot of the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Similar as, but not to be confused with: "brony" (bro+pony) which is more often used for the male equivalent. It is a well-known and undisputed fact that bronies are on average about...20% more awesome due to their rarity.
ex. "You wouldn't think she would still watch that show at her age, but she's obsessed. She's a total filly!"
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A female horse up to THREE years of age not two you dumbass.
Look, that filly just kicked the shit out of that loser!
by Missing8519 August 19, 2005
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1. A female race horse, especially one who races stallions and beats them

2. A confident, strong, muscular, athletic woman
1. I'll pick a filly over a gelding any time.

2. The 100 meter women's Olympic final will be a Battle of the Fillies
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Slang term for a filter paper.
A man was smoking and kept getting ash in his mouth so next time he rolled he used a filly.
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short for the word fellow, used mostly when talking about someone you don't know
Hey Kevin, look at that filly over there with the pink hair, what a loser!
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