2. Noun. (plural of heinie) ¹
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Definition of Heinies
1. heinie [n] - See also: heinie
Lexicographical Neighbors of Heinies
Literary usage of Heinies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. "Dear Folks at Home -- -- -- .": The Glorious Story of the United States by Kemper Frey Cowing, Courtney Ryley Cooper (1919)
"In the month that I 've been up at the front now I've been through so much of the Heinies' shell fire that I 'm convinced they can't kill me. ..."
2. History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special by August F. Buechler, Robert J. Barr, Dale P. Stough (1920)
"146 JOHN F. Heinies, private, b. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. ... March 19, 1919; salesman at Grand Island; son of Frank and Margaret Heinies, Sioux City, la. ..."
3. Luck on the Wing: Thirteen Stories of a Sky Spy by Elmer Haslett (1920)
"The Heinies had stopped and were eyeing us like country boys at their first circus. It was easy. All I had to do was to pull the triggers, for my guns were ..."
4. Soldier Rhymes Written While in the Service by Joshua Bryan Lee (1919)
""All at once the door swung open, Two big Heinies came right in. One wuz guardin' of the other An' the guard wuz kinda thin. But the other wuz a whopper, ..."
5. One of Ours by Willa Cather (1922)
"Then, again, a little bunch of Heinies will fight like the devil. They say it depends on what part of Germany they come from; the Bavarians and Saxons are ..."
6. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"The Americans had practiced on a German machine gun previously captured, and knew just how to use them against the " Heinies." The captured guns were ..."
7. Fighting the Flying Circus by Eddie Rickenbacker (1919)
"It was dark enough to see that -suspicious Heinies below were shooting at me on the chance that I might be an enemy. Glad I was to see those flashes ..."
8. Our War with Germany: A History by John Spencer Bassett (1919)
"... hand on the controlling wheel, and see the Heinies fall like wheat under the mower. They were brave enough, but they didn't have a chance. ..."