- n. Plural form of Johnny.
“The word "Johnnys" ran round the place, and there was”
“Burlesque favourites Slinky Sparkles and Marnie Scarlet twizzle their tassles, there's a "performance fashion installation" from Engineers Of Desire, plus Graveyard Johnnys deliver a set of menacing live psychobilly.”
“The rich do, indeed, get richer and the Johnnys get poorer.”
“Visit most public schools today and you will be able to spot more than a few Johnnys.”
“Little Johnnys dad agrees to pay for the window and punish Little Johnny by stopping his pocket money and grounding him.”
“Johnnys sells an eight-ounce packet for around $6, as does Territorial Seed Co.”
“Awash in Willies and Johnnys, I tried to remember that I was just a beginner.”
“The original list was revised to add them and retained the date of March 21,2003 so those countries would not appear to be Johnnys Come Lately.”
“Harwood makes it seem that the Democrats are Johnnys-Come-Lately to the cost-control issue, reacting to Republicans 'crusade for streamlining health care costs.”
“More important than this individual manager note how K-Dash and Johnnys are seen as equally mobbed up is to push the authorities to attack the sources of this influence - the organized crime groups themselves.”
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