noun, plural mean·ies. Informal.
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Bypres Fongton, Mr. Meany and Mr. Hicks were my own particular inventions.
I told him I wanted to be kept out of Meany's hands; also that he was in with the mob, to my way of thinking.
It was eight o'clock in the morning when I delivered myself up to Meany.
I kept perfectly quiet and said nothing to Meany nor his deputies.
I have ridden many wild horses and used many kinds of saddles but the king of all saddles is the Meany.Black Beaver|James Campbell Lewis
I so expressed myself to Meany, and asked him to give me a decent breakfast.