1.3North American variant of pewee.
2 [usually as modifier] North American A level of amateur sport, involving children aged eight or nine (in the US) or twelve or thirteen (in Canada): a peewee baseball team
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- He played T-ball, then moved on to peewee baseball, and played on the high school team since he was in seventh grade at the middle school.
- This isn't peewee football, where teams are grouped into age categories because of the huge advantages older kids have (in size, strength, speed, and coordination) over younger ones.
- He sponsors an Urban League girls basketball league and an AAU boys travel team, and he bought equipment last year for a peewee football team.