noun, plural mum·mies.
verb (used with object), mum·mied, mum·my·ing.
Origin of mummy1
Related formsun·mum·mied, adjective
Definition for mummy (2 of 2)
noun, plural mum·mies. Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for mummy
Some families have one mummy, some families have one daddy, or two families.How Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire Won the Culture Wars|Tim Teeman|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kashkari instead agreed with the Los Angeles Times' Matt Pearce that he looks like “the mummy from The Mummy.”
In pictures taken after the attack, she was wrapped up like a mummy.
But our plan is to dress our son up as a mummy and take him through the neighborhoods to do his thing.‘Hocus Pocus’ Turns 20: Meet the Voice Behind Binx the Talking Cat|Kevin Fallon|October 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The first mummy discovered is said to be the body of Remigio Leroy, a French doctor.
I found a mummy case in the library closet, but there wasn't anything in it at all, and I was awfully disappointed.Kit of Greenacre Farm|Izola Forrester
Griffin would have helped about the tree and learnt to make a mummy when we have our party.The Two Sides of the Shield|Charlotte M. Yonge
He will arrive in time to open the mummy case along with the Professor.The Green Mummy|Fergus Hume
Regardless of Lennon's look of loathing, Carmena lighted a candle and led the way direct to the mummy room.Bloom of Cactus|Robert Ames Bennet
The mummy lay on a mattress of striped byssus, the head on a byssus pillow.The Tour|Louis Couperus