American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal Used as a familiar term of address for a young woman or girl.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or resembling a miss or young lady; characteristic of young misses; sentimental.
- n. A diminutive of miss: common in England and in the southern United States.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Min.) See misy.
- n. An affectionate, or contemptuous, form of
miss; a young girl; a miss.
- n. a young woman
“Joe Scarborough seems to have an inside line that says missy is taking over Greta Whoever's spot.”
“When I call missy, she completely ignores me unless she is hungry.”
“Being called missy was another thing Eleanor hated.”
“So there was no help for it, but it was a great trial to him, for the other boys plagued him unmercifully, and called him "missy," and”
“She herself was worried and vexed, very afraid too of the scolding which certainly awaited her at home, but she was not tired nor dispirited, though very sorry for Peggy, and quite aware that it was she and not "missy" who was to blame for this unlucky expedition.”
“Light Smiley felt it her duty to see "missy" safe across the street.”
“Missy, the mem-sahib asking for you now; please to come quickly," and with a swift glance at her "missy" obeyed; the _purdah_ fell heavily behind her slim, white figure and Shafto was alone.”
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