Did you perchance mean meant?
- n. informal A mean person.
“I think we're changing the face feminism, regardless of what the "meany" feminists say!”
“Answer: it works for their worldly success, even though they are outliers of the spirit of the Christian church, corrupters of its original intent, and meany losers, lining up the other 'fraidy cats behind them.”
“I think you misconstrued my point, and I meany absolutely no criticism of you.”
“* Because I was dissatisfied with my progress, not because my boss is a meany who makes me work on weekends.”
“I don't have to worry about shipping gift purchases from Berdorf Goodman so I don't get caught with all those bags by some meany press photographer or blogger.”
“I used to be a meany on the phone, but now I just stop them and say "I'm sorry, but I don't accept calls of this kind at home.”
“Also, I know I might be the only Idol-obsessive that started watching the show because of a certain smutty dream about dreamy meany English judge Simon Cowell being my boyfriend and judging me (it explains quite a lot, actually), but there it is.”
“Obama said "I would meet with leaders like Chavez, and nk Kim, Al the meany from Iran", ... that doesn't necessarily mean he'll do it on day one, unplanned, and without diplomatic pretense.”
“Maybe it's time to stop whining about the meany and get ready for the real thing.”
“And the Republicans are such delicate wilting little flowers that big bad meany Nancy Pelosi was able to scare them. boo!”
Looking for tweets for meany.