Definition of Gimmies

1. gimmie [n] - See also: gimmie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gimmies

gimmal
gimmals
gimme
gimme a five
gimmer
gimmers
gimmes
gimmick
gimmicked
gimmicking
gimmickries
gimmickry
gimmicks
gimmicky
gimmie
gimmies (current term)
gimmor
gimmors
gimp hand
gimp suit
gimped
gimpier
gimpiest
gimpiness
gimping
gimps
gimpy
gin

Literary usage of Gimmies

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1. Churchwardens' Accounts of S. Edmund & S. Thomas, Sarum, 1443-1702 with by Henry James Fowle Swayne (1896)
"... key & for making' fast of the gimmies that was lost To a Chest that was the poore manes box that standeth now in the ..."

2. West Broadway by Nina (Wilcox) Putnam, George H. Doran Company (1921)
"says Jim after he had paid her, climbing back into the car. "She's got not only cooties, but gimmies!" And then we showed we could beat it by doing so out ..."

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