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  • n. Plural form of hinny.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hinny.

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Examples

  • Unclaimed 'hinnies' will be auctioned off in rural Iowa

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  • I will never get the image of the gold hinnies out of my mind!

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  • My neice used to bring them home from the shelter and would have to set her clock to feed them at the proscribed intervals, wipe their little hinnies with a damp washcloth and all that.

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  • Before the railway on the south side of the river was laid down, passengers who wished to reach Jarrow had to alight at Howdon and cross the river; and a racy dialect song -- "Howdon for Jarrow" with its refrain of "Howdon for Jarra -- ma hinnies, loup oot" -- commemorates the fact.

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  • From time to time the old woman spoke as if to the children --- ` ` Oh ay, hinnies, whisht! whisht! and I'll begin a bonnier ane than that ---

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  • ` ` Gang awa, ane o ye, hinnies, up to the heugh head, and gie them a cry in case they're within hearing; the car-cakes will be burnt to a cinder. ''

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  • Flitches of bacon and 'hands' (_i. e._, shoulders of cured pork, the legs or hams being sold, as fetching a better price) abounded; and for any visitor who could stay, neither cream nor finest wheaten flour was wanting for 'turf cakes' and 'singing hinnies,' with which it is the delight of the northern housewives to regale the honoured guest, as he sips their high-priced tea, sweetened with dainty sugar.

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  • Gang in, then --- gang in, then, hinnies, '' he added, in a softer tone, for the tears of both daughters, but especially those of Effie, began to flow very fast, ---

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  • "Gang awa, ane o 'ye, hinnies, up to the heugh head, and gie them a cry in case they're within hearing; the car-cakes will be burnt to a cinder."

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  • Ye maun ken, hinnies, that this Roland Cheyne, for as poor and auld as

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