or wee·ny, wie·nie
Examples from the Web for weenie
“He felt anybody who bluffed was a weenie, as he would say,” Hotchner remembers.
What makes him a Weenie is his infinite regression of concessions to the GOP.
Occasionally you will encounter a thoroughbred Weenie, a type of Weenie who is to the weaseling, weaselish manner born.
The Weenie: Reflective, ambivalent, equivocating, seemingly rational and pragmatic, fluid, eager to please.
She might even let him take her for a ride way down the river road where they could have a weenie roast and sing songs together.Plowing On Sunday|Sterling North
I appeal to all distinguished authors, from Tupper to Weenie Willows, to confirm the truth of this assertion.
Word Origin and History for weenie
"frankfurter," 1906, with slang sense of "penis" following soon after, from German wienerwurst "Vienna sausage" (see wiener). Meaning "ineffectual person" is 1963; pejorative sense via penis shape, or perhaps from weenie in the sense of "small" (see wee).