from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of spinney.
- adj. Associated with spinning; moving with a spinning motion.
- adj. thin and long; slim; slender
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees.
- adj. Thin and long; slim; slender.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See spinney.
- Thin; slender; slim; lank.
Perhaps we should just use the terms spinny thing guns and reciprocating thing guns.
There are too many people who pay for their smokes, beer, lotto tickets, and spinny wheels before health insurance.
You would use compiz spinny cubes except for the driver problems that crashes things
But ye olde spinny drives might eventually go wonky.
Not even if my coffee is more Bailey's than not, and I am * definitely* loving my spinny chair right now.
(I am also saved from envy by my current lack of writerly ambition -- which might have something to do with having several spinny-chair beggars in my care.)
I have no small children to demand rides in the spinny chair, but this morning my kitten climbed into the refrigerator, settled herself behind the orange juice and refused to come out.
At this very moment I'm sitting in my spinny chair, drinking my fifth Irish Coffee of the morning, and writing my latest query letter.
Still, I went out and bought many of their albums (yes, the black shiny spinny things).
Oh, and please lay off that stupid 360 degree camera spinny move, Bay.