Origin of niminy-piminy
OTHER WORDS FROM niminy-piminynim·i·ny-pim·i·ni·ness, nounnim·i·ny-pim·i·ny·ism, noun
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How to use niminy-piminy in a sentence
"Such niminy piminy things," said Alicia, contradicting the light of satisfaction in her eyes.Hilda|Sarah Jeanette Duncan
Nizza-neela will go on cooking his little hot niminy-cakes, and wait and wait—only for bones—only for Battle's bones, Mulgar mio.The Three Mulla-mulgars|Walter De La Mare
To call her a young lady, with all its niminy associations, would be to offer her an insult.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition|Robert Louis Stevenson
Niminy-piminy, nim′i-ni-pim′i-ni, adj. affectedly fine or delicate.