or wee·ny, wie·nie
Origin of weenie
Examples from the Web for weenie
Contemporary Examples of weenie
“He felt anybody who bluffed was a weenie, as he would say,” Hotchner remembers.15 Revelations from New J.D. Salinger Biography
September 2, 2013
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.
Historical Examples of weenie
I appeal to all distinguished authors, from Tupper to Weenie Willows, to confirm the truth of this assertion.
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