noun, plural miss·ies. Informal.
Examples from the Web for missy
Co-founder Missy Suicide opens up about standards of beauty, controversy, and body art.
The way to become a Suicide Girl, according to Missy, is as follows.
Missy Suicide, formerly known as Selena Mooney, is in New York for a series of brand-expansion meetings.
Missy, 37, is a petite, bespectacled gal with a green pixie cut, and her arms are adorned with tattoos.
Missy also gets a bit tight-lipped when it comes to her personal life.
She was helping Chloe set the table, to that lady's intense delight at "Missy's" girlish housewifery.
He had taken up Missy's theory, it seemed, at last, and felt that he could not let them go without him.
Missy suddenly remembered and blushed—grown-ups seldom understand unless you're definite.
Missy crumpled the fragrant rose-geranium reflectively between her fingers.
So she resolved to revenge herself by keeping Missy out of it as long as she could.
British Dictionary definitions for missy
noun plural missies
Word Origin and History for missy
"young girl," 1670s, playful form of miss (n.2), chiefly among servants at first.