from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal One that is small or insignificant.
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- n. A small and insignificant person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who is small and insignificant
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Ryan Phillipe is a pip-squeak bro who should not even remotely be in the running.
But Deanna is such a pip-squeak, the leggings barely stretch over my calves, even with Deanna holding the waist and me trying to bounce my way into them.
Why should I be afraid of the pip-squeak you quote?
It`s time for the Iranian people themselves to get rid of its unelected, fascist ayalotas, moolahs and their loud-mouth, pip-squeak president.
Today, the biggest military threat comes from technology — allowing pip-squeak Iran and moribund North Korea to none-the-less present dangerous challenges to the world including the US admittedly, suicidal, but mistakes can happen in Korea, and suicide may be a goal in Iran.
Nothing a pip-squeak like you can do frightens me.
Mind you, Pepsi was still a pip-squeak compared with the international powerhouse.
Please tell me that the voice was deep, not a pip-squeak or tranny.
The Lord Himself has happily green-lighted your decisions to bomb the living crap out of pip-squeak and nearly defenseless nations for decreasingly justifiable reasons.
Gerard Vanderleun finds an open letter from the CEO of Borders to Charles Johnson… Charles, I've got a book store to run and having you sic a bunch of bloggers on me and tell them to ride my a** because we're not shelving a pip-squeak magazine from those tools at the "Council for Secular Humanism" Jesus wept! is just not getting it done.…and the New York Times takes note!
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