[ UK /mˈiːni/ ]
  1. a person of mean disposition
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How To Use meanie In A Sentence

  • Democrats are just plain meanie and hateful people. Palin PAC raises $730K in six months
  • If I had my druthers, the new movie would feature - an outright conflict with the Mirror, Mirror universe; rip in the space-time continuum, BAD Federation meanies decide that it's great for their individual and multiple ambitions, and someone invents a giant, planet-sized agonizer. What Would You Like to See From The New Star Trek?
  • But here are our top five meanies by number of nominations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mommeh big brudder tooked mah mousie himz a big meanie But MOMMEH!!! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Most of Foster's customers were hard-working, appreciative people who gobbled up her pizza, fried chicken and shrimp, but a few "meanies" did take up counter space over the years, she said. Undefined
  • And also, you are a big meanie and I'm not talking to you anymore!
  • Get ready for the big battle of 2009: the sneakies against the meanies. Times, Sunday Times
  • I feel like a meanie singling out one film as the most outstanding for me this year, so I'll do the fairest thing possible and say it's a dead heat.
  • Time to take down those nasty greenie meanies.
  • It's far more interesting than the Canadian election campaign, which took a nasty turn in negative ads when Jack Layton called Stephen Harper a "meanie". Coming Back to Haunt You: Scary Faces and Spiky Bikes
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