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Pronunciation: /ˈkwiːni

Definition of queenie in English:


Old-fashioned term for queen (sense 6) of the noun).
Example sentences
  • And anyway, by then, he's sussed out the shocker that the right is just riddled with other closeted queenies.
  • I'm not trying to be exclusive and I'm not saying that the really queenie guy is a bad thing.
  • There's one on-again, off-again couple, a hunky guy (Superman's Dean Cain), a funny token black guy, a queenie guy and one old guy for good measure (Frasier's John Mahoney, who's really slumming it here).

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