a skullcap, often brightly colored, worn especially by children and by college freshmen, especially in the 1940s.
You see, Ty Warner, the toy magnate of beanie Baby fame, owns a stake in the Four Seasons.
The Wretched Sasha and Malia Dolls Lyric Winik January 27, 2009
Other than wearing a beanie, he dressed “normal” and was somewhat socially awkward, having trouble starting conversations.
The Kids Who Robbed Hollywood Nicole LaPorte October 25, 2009
Celebrities at the funeral (Allen Iverson, beanie Sigel, Jay Z) purportedly knew Real Roller from his entertainment business.
How a Rich Suburban Girl Became a Drug Kingpin Jeff Deeney July 9, 2009
I suppose beanie arrived in all her 33 glory this afternoon, hence those yowlers under her window tonight.
Marjorie Dean College Junior Pauline Lester
“Gat” and “beanie” had defied the “Gink” and they were found one morning beaten and kicked, broken and bleeding.
Spring Street James H. Richardson
noun (pl) beanies
a round close-fitting hat resembling a skullcap
See Beanie Baby
“small, close-fitting hat,” 1940, from bean (n.) in the slang sense of “head” + -ie.
- Beanie baby
noun trademark for a series of small toy animals stuffed with plastic pellets or ‘beans’; also called Beanie Examples Official Beanie Babies are made by Ty. Contemporary Examples You see, Ty Warner, the toy magnate of beanie baby fame, owns a stake in the Four Seasons. The Wretched Sasha and Malia Dolls Lyric Winik January […]
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beanie key feature key
the edible nutritious seed of various plants of the legume family, especially of the genus Phaseolus. a plant producing such seeds. the pod of such a plant, especially when immature and eaten as a vegetable. any of various other beanlike seeds or plants, as the coffee bean. Slang. a person’s head. a coin or a […]
bingo. beanfeast. Historical Examples Then I got three more with the gat before somebody landed me a lallapaloosa on the beano and I took the count. The Argus Pheasant John Charles Beecham Had they known of the word they would doubtless have called it a “beano.” A Camera Actress in the Wilds of Togoland Meg […]