- mean|iemeany [ˈmi:ni] n spokenan unkind person used especially by children▪ Don't be such a meanie!
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meanie — (n.) also meany, cruel person, 1927, from MEAN (Cf. mean) (adj.) + Y (Cf. y) (3) … Etymology dictionary
meanie — or meany [mē′nē] n. pl. meanies Informal a person who is mean, selfish, cruel, etc … English World dictionary
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meanie — UK [ˈmiːnɪ] / US [ˈmɪnɪ] noun [countable] Word forms meanie : singular meanie plural meanies informal someone who is unkind, unpleasant, or not generous. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children … English dictionary
meanie — mÉªËnÉª n. (Slang) bad person, scrooge (also meanie) … English contemporary dictionary
meanie — noun (C) spoken a word meaning an unkind person, used especially by children: Don t be such a meanie! … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
meanie — also meany noun (plural meanies) Date: 1910 a mean or spiteful person … New Collegiate Dictionary
meanie — /mee nee/, n. Informal. meany. * * * … Universalium
meanie — noun A person who acts mean … Wiktionary
meanie — Synonyms and related words: SOB, bastard, bugger, creep, fart, heel, hood, hooligan, jerk, louse, mother, pill, rat, shit, shithead, shitheel, stinkard, stinker, turd … Moby Thesaurus