Definition of missy in English:

missy

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Pronunciation: /ˈmɪsi
 
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noun (plural missies)

Used as an affectionate or disparaging form of address to a young girl: ‘Don’t tell lies, missy,’ he said sternly
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  • Now what would a fine your pair of missies such as yourselves be looking for on a day like this?
  • Don't deny it - we saw you slip that printer cartridge into your handbag last week, missy.
  • ‘Forget about muffins, missy,’ she says to me, ‘you need energy today.’

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Pronunciation: ˈdʒɔːnti
adjective
having a lively, cheerful, and self-confident manner...