from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of missis.
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- n. Wife.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See missis.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. informal term of address for someone's wife
Unfortunately, the missus is a native Northern Virginian, so she wants to stay relatively close.
He has nineteen hundred acres all paid for, and him and the missus is always talkin 'about it.
Sadly I bought two XLs which are too big but will get passed on, the missus is using one as a nightie.
Did you laugh down the phone to Mr Bank Manager & tell him his missus is Friar-Tucked?
Apparently the missus is cooking a proper meal tonight - roast pork and veggies.
And this year even the missus is coming to complete it all.
Turnip an hed bit it by de time I git back dar en I called my missus en she come en made me eat de rest of de turnip en my face enall swelled up en my eyes war closed foh days.
I finally got Little King's Story yesterday, and the missus is away this weekend: -)
And when Father O’Táighléir chanced by one time, collecting for the Chinese missions, he said, “A word missus,” and was off explaining how the Volunteers were decent honest Catholic sons of Ireland and of the Church, whose leaders in the tradition of this sainted isle were poets as much as gentlemen.
My missus is on the festive period right now and I can tell you it’s been anything but sodding festive.