[ mom-ee ]
/ ˈmɒm i /
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noun, plural mom·mies.Informal.
a diminutive of mom.
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How to use mommy in a sentence
The delightful Good Stuff is the polar opposite of Mommie Dearest.Remembering My Father, Cary Grant|Malcolm Jones|May 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
I wasnt but four years old then, but I can remember how Mommie cried.
Then, after a pause, O Mommie, how beautiful—how beautiful—it is—to see!
You tell that tree your Mommie never sees strangers when Daddy isn't home!Tree, Spare that Woodman|Dave Dryfoos
And, since he knew that mommie was in the park, he could guess that the apartment was empty.Nor Iron Bars a Cage....|Gordon Randall Garrett
Mommie nodded her head in confirmation, but with an air of "if you're dead in the morning, don't blame me."The Other Fellow|F. Hopkinson Smith