Definition of Ninnies

1. Noun. (plural of ninny) ¹



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Definition of Ninnies

1. ninny [n] - See also: ninny

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ninnies

niningerites
ninja
ninja loot
ninja looted
ninja looting
ninja loots
ninja star
ninjaed
ninjaing
ninjalike
ninjas
ninjitsu
ninjitsus
ninjutsu
ninjutsus
ninnies (current term)
ninny
ninnyhammer
ninnyhammers
ninnyish
ninnyism
ninnyisms
ninon
ninons
ninpo
ninteenth
ninth
ninth-day erythema
ninth chord
ninth chords

Literary usage of Ninnies

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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1842)
"A NEST OF ninnies. The World, wanton sick, as one surfeiting on sinne (in morning pleasures, noone banquets, after riots, night moris- coes, ..."

2. English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases by William Carew Hazlitt (1907)
"KA me, ka thee. HE. Verie Tales of Skelton, 1567, No. 11; Armin's Nest of ninnies, 1608. Da mihi mutuum testimonium. Vie. ..."

3. The New English by T[homas] L[aurence] Kington Oliphant (1886)
"Armin, one of the original actors of Shakespere's plays, published his 'Nest of ninnies' in 1608 ..."

4. A Manual of Dates: A Dictionary of Reference to the Most Important Events in by George Henry Townsend (1867)
"ninnies, agreed to in 1629, the Huguenote were secured in the possessi-m of their estates, aiui thu free exercise of their religion, and of all the ..."

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