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and screamie-meemie
n. a screaming child or adult. Oh, don’t be such a screaming-meemie!


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At my left elbow the base of a screaming meemie was smoking, but it had missed me entirely.
John Henry Jackson, Whitty's grandson, and his wife Meemie introduced the Joint Masters, who thanked the landowners.
Returning to uncapitalised homophonic tautonyms, the English Dialect Dictionary (EDD) includes DEEDY (industrious), PEEPY (drowsy) and TEATY (peevish), while Chambers Dictionary has (screaming) MEEMIE, a hysterical person, and Webster's 3rd has EASIES, stops rowing.
a terrible noise; we called it the 'screaming meemies.
But it wasn't the pull-out-the-stops, screaming meemies fit he usually throws when he gets a shot, said his father, Kirk Belch.
Vitus' Dance), jimjams, screaming meemies, and uglies (one of the few diseases one takes pills to acquire rather than to cure).