Examples of meanie in a Sentence
the class thought the substitute teacher was a big meanie when she assigned homework over the holidays
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That moment of silence took place, of course, amid an hour-long set of songs that could still describe women as two-faced meanies.
Rick Grimes and his posse based in Alexandria have spent the season going toe-to-toe with the blowhard meanie Negan and his group, the Saviors.
Pruitt’s critics are just a bunch of meanies who hate him for no apparent reason other than their weird hippie Earth Mother disdain for humanity.
However, the meanies have noted that as the Falcons’ offensive coordinator, Shanahan gave Belichick a fabulous gift: Super Bowl 51.
If this were a Hollywood movie, as opposed to real life, Andy, the sensitive misfit, would triumph over the bullies and meanies, the nonbelievers who scoffed and sneered, treated him like dirt and a joke.
With the October 27 debut of Season 2 just a few weeks away, a new trailer reveals even more of the terrifying things that await, from more government meanies to even bigger creatures from the Upside Down.
The second reason is that Iassogna belongs to a union that just days ago made a strikingly tone-deaf, misguided, and hypocritical protest of players being meanies.
Then, finally, the meanies at the Washington State Potato Commission dropped their countercampaign and got out of the way of history: In 2007, Gov. Chris Gregoire declared the Walla Walla sweet onion Washington’s official vegetable mascot.
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First Known Use of meanie
baddie (or baddy), beast, brute, devil, evildoer, fiend, heavy, hound, knave, miscreant, monster, nazi, no-good, rapscallion, rascal, reprobate, rogue, savage, scalawag (or scallywag), scamp, scoundrel, varlet, villain, wretch;
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