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innie Syllabification: in·nie
(also inny)

Definition of innie in English:

noun (plural innies)

informal
A concave navel: belly buttons can generally be divided into innies and outies
More example sentences
  • Whether you sport an "innie" or "outtie" is determined at infancy.
  • So now it looks like Cal has a nice little innie.
  • It's just that my belly button was born as an innie and has no business becoming an outie, at least not without my express permission.

Origin

1960s: from in + -ie.

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