meanie

noun mean·ie \ ˈmē-nē \
variants: or less commonly meany

Definition of meanie

plural meanies
: a mean person

Examples of meanie in a Sentence

  1. the class thought the substitute teacher was a big meanie when she assigned homework over the holidays

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First Known Use of meanie

1910


MEANIE Defined for English Language Learners

meanie

noun

Definition of meanie for English Language Learners

  • : a mean or unkind person



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