Meany [noun]

Definition of Meany:

mean person

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Sentence/Example of Meany:

Among the other commanding peaks are Meany, Cougar, and Seattle.

It was eight o'clock in the morning when I delivered myself up to Meany.

I so expressed myself to Meany, and asked him to give me a decent breakfast.

I kept perfectly quiet and said nothing to Meany nor his deputies.

He was searched by Meany and then admitted into the lock-up.

Meany, Curtis and other historians have enlivened their text by these romances and Miss Judson has made the field her own.

Your voice would make Eany, meany, miney, mo sound like music.

I told him I wanted to be kept out of Meany's hands; also that he was in with the mob, to my way of thinking.

"Meany, meany," called Judy after her friend, who had seized her gray eider-down cape and was fleeing down the hall.

I have ridden many wild horses and used many kinds of saddles but the king of all saddles is the Meany.