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  • n. Plural form of sheeny.


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  • To the aliens what he said must have been a ghastly hodgepodge of gibberish but he was able to transmit his command to the general-something about a Day in May, the Alma Mater and a Donnybrook, red-eye cement mixers, a 'beef trust' and the sheenies-all of which was decipherable as: no Terran engagement in the battle between Arkon robots, Mounders and Springers except in case of catastrophe.

    Blockade, Lepso

  • I never saw in all my life at sea as many sheenies as are on board the Elsinore right now.

    Chapter 15

  • Jews, who had before sneered at each other as "dagoes" and "sheenies," seized each other in their arms and called each other brother.

    Making Both Ends Meet The income and outlay of New York working girls

  • But to-morrow the hanger-on Nozdrunov will yell that it's necessary to string up all the socialists, to beat up all the students and massacre all the sheenies, who partake of communion in Christian blood.

    Yama: the pit

  • "That's fine fish: pike the way the sheenies make it!" said the gasping land-owner.

    Yama: the pit

  • I gave them Warfield, then; I was always good at taking off the sheenies in the alley behind the Cruelty -- remember?

    In The Bishop's Carriage.

  • I never saw in all my life at sea as many sheenies as are on board the _Elsinore_ right now.

    The Mutiny of the Elsinore

  • And the press did not engage in racial niceties: Negroes were niggers; Orientals were Chinamen; Jews were sheenies.

    what i'm reading


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