noun, plural tween·ies.
Origin of tweeny
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Contemporary Examples of tweeny
But still, the parents of tweeny 1D fans worldwide won't know quite what to make of this.Harry Styles Watches The Boxing In The Nude: PIC
June 3, 2014
The site shills an assortment of tweeny, vaguely Blair Waldorfy dresses, sweaters and coats.72-Year-Old Chinese Grandfather Models Teen Girl's Clothes
November 20, 2012
Historical Examples of tweeny
Tweeny, as the Gov. has chosen me to wait on him, please may I have the loan of it again?
I wish, Tweeny, there was anything I could do to make you happy also.
There is something about you, Tweeny, there is a je ne sais quoi about you.
The tweeny ran, Lizzie thrust, Chesterton deposited, dead on time.Vera
Elisabeth von Arnim
The "tweeny," who also describes herself as a boot-boy, is a young war-widow.The Sword of Deborah
F. Tennyson Jesse
noun plural tweenies
- a child of approximately eight to fourteen years of age
- (as modifier)tweeny magazines