And the girl spoiled everything, as peewee Harris always said that girls are forever doing.
peewee demanded, regaining his seat after an inglorious tumble.
Roy Blakeley heard these words as in a dream, and even peewee was silent.
"Gee, I'm not scared of girls, that's one thing," peewee informed them.
It always seemed to me that the peewee birds sang very dolefully after I had had my jacket warmed.
To my certain knowledge young peewee, as they call him, hasn't grown a half an inch in two years.
As if by common consent Roy's troop left it for him to answer, and even peewee was quiet.
One troop was coming all the way from Idaho—to see peewee Harris eat pie, perhaps.
And at that everybody laughed out loud, and somebody gave peewee an apple which kept him quiet for a while.
The peewee loves to place his nest under the eaves of a sheltering porch, and the phœbe is no less sociable.
1877, "small, tiny, for children," a dialect word, possibly a varied reduplication of wee. Attested earlier (1848) as a noun meaning "a small marble." (Baseball Hall-of-Famer Harold "Peewee" Reese got his nickname because he was a marbles champion before he became a Dodgers shortstop.) As a type of bird (variously applied on different continents) it is attested from 1886, imitative of a bird cry.
A short or small person, animal, etc: That peewee doesn't scare me (1877+)