[mee-nee] /ˈmi ni/
George, 1894–1980, U.S. labor leader: 3rd president of the AFL 1952–55; 1st president of the AFL-CIO 1955–79.
(informal) a variant spelling of meanie
A postulated genetic basis for a violent personality (1990s+)
- George m pullman
[poo l-muh n] /ˈpʊl mən/ Trademark. 1. plural Pullmans. a railroad sleeping car or parlor car. noun, plural Pullmans for 2. 2. (often lowercase). Also called Pullman case. a large suitcase. 3. George Mortimer, 1831–97, U.S. inventor and railroad car designer. /ˈpʊlmən/ noun (pl) -mans 1. a luxurious railway coach, esp a sleeping car Also […]
- George patton
[pat-n] /ˈpæt n/ noun 1. Charley (Charlie Patton) 1881–1934, U.S. blues guitarist and singer. 2. George Smith, 1885–1945, U.S. general. /ˈpætən/ noun 1. George Smith. 1885–1945, US general, who successfully developed tank warfare as an extension of cavalry tactics in World War II: captured Palermo, Sicily (1942) and much of France (1944)
- George sand
[sand; French sahnd] /sænd; French sɑ̃d/ noun 1. George [jawrj;; French zhawrzh] /dʒɔrdʒ;; French ʒɔrʒ/ (Show IPA), (Lucile Aurore Dupin Dudevant) 1804–76, French novelist. /sænd/ noun 1. loose material consisting of rock or mineral grains, esp rounded grains of quartz, between 0.05 and 2 mm in diameter 2. (often pl) a sandy area, esp on […]
[jawr-jiz] /ˈdʒɔr dʒɪz/ noun 1. a bank extending generally NE from Nantucket: fishing grounds. 150 miles (240 km) long.