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bliss ninny

(ˈblɪs ˈnɪni)
n. a giddy and disoriented person; a blissed-out person. (see also bliss out.) You silly bliss ninny! Who watches over you, anyway?
See also: bliss
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Compared to these colossal three the T-Rex in Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park is no more than a scaled ninny.
But even if you sent O'Regan to Devil's Island for 20 years it wouldn't prevent some other ninny repeating the offence.
I just don't think people need to see you washing your ninny on the telly.
While he may have come across as a ninny in a comedy sketch, as Gregory House he comes across as a sarcastic SOB but also a human being, albeit very flawed.
We know Ian Beale's a selfabsorbed, social-climbing ninny of the first order, but fancy paying Dishy Dawn to pose as his missus.
Given the choice of being alive at any time in history, only a complete ninny would opt to live in 1739.
The CL-411 can handle a variety of functions and in ninny cases can have unassigned connectors for future machine upgrades, according to HED.
My friend does not realize that by buying into the notion that being a top is a more acceptable pose, he ends up coming off like a ninny.
Deferment: For ninny student loans, interest payments are not required until after the student completes the schooling.
I have had a very worthwhile career and have had the opportunity to do ninny exciting things, but this has to be one of the most momentous I have been asked to take part in.
I've known ninny teachers who would gladly have sacrificed pay for a sense of accomplishment and respect.
To criticize would have been as silly as for some nervous ninny to bellyache about something as improbable as a "fighting Duck.
So ninny useful results are being suggested by experimental data that it seems almost criminal to say that we're going to ignore the data because we have no proof.
It's most pleasant to drink and has none of the overpowering oaky taste so common to ninny Chardonnays.