And you think me ninny enough to be satisfied with reading no more than what you consider proper for me to see?
Have I been such a ninny as to throw away my regard upon you?
If there's aught to be ashamed of in that, sure 'twould take a ninny to find out what it is.
ninny went singing about the house, and Preston whistled more than ever.
And with a light step she descended the stairs, followed by ninny Moulin.
Did you ever go in the cars alone, ninny, with your own valise, and a check in your pocket?
A man must be a ninny not to understand, by a mere glance at us, that we mean "Yes."
“No, I never did—at your age,” replied ninny, who was now a young lady of twelve.
I didn't want to, but I'm a ninny who can't say no to anybody.
And then, behold, it was only little me, trembling like a leaf and crying like a ninny!
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