Spinny
Spinny Spin"ny, a. [Cf. {Spiny}, a.] Thin and long; slim; slender. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Spinny — Spin ny, n.; pl. {Spinnies}. [OF. espinaye,espinoye, espinei, espanoi, F. [ e]pinaie, from L. spinetum a thicket of thorns, fr. spina a thorn. See {Spine}.] A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees. [Written also {spinney}, and …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spinny — Spin ny, n.; pl. {Spinnies}. [OF. espinaye,espinoye, espinei, espanoi, F. [ e]pinaie, from L. spinetum a thicket of thorns, fr. spina a thorn. See {Spine}.] A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees. [Written also {spinney}, and …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spinny — Canadian Slang when used in reference to a girl or woman, this means a certain kind of talkative, dizzy, not all there kind of personality, as in man, she s a spinny chick, huh? and I dunno man she s pretty spinny. See also Surrey girl (though… …   English dialects glossary

  • spinny — a little crazy, eccentric, drive me batty    Their family is kind of weird. Even the cat is a little spinny …   English idioms

  • spinny — Adj. Strange, unusual, confusing. E.g. That new kid s spinny, and I dont trust him …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • spinny — noun see spinney * * * spinny var. form of spinney …   Useful english dictionary

  • spinny — adjective Canadian informal mad; crazy …   English new terms dictionary

  • spinny — spin·ny …   English syllables

  • spinney — Spinny Spin ny, n.; pl. {Spinnies}. [OF. espinaye,espinoye, espinei, espanoi, F. [ e]pinaie, from L. spinetum a thicket of thorns, fr. spina a thorn. See {Spine}.] A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees. [Written also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Spinnies — Spinny Spin ny, n.; pl. {Spinnies}. [OF. espinaye,espinoye, espinei, espanoi, F. [ e]pinaie, from L. spinetum a thicket of thorns, fr. spina a thorn. See {Spine}.] A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees. [Written also… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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