Definition of Missies

1. Noun. (plural of missy) ¹



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Definition of Missies

1. missy [n] - See also: missy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Missies

misshapenly
misshapenness
misshaper
misshapers
misshapes
misshaping
missheathed
misshelve
misshelved
misshelves
misshelving
misshod
misshood
misshoods
missier
missies (current term)
missiest
missificate
missificating
missile
missile defence system
missile defense system
missile silo
missile silos
missileer
missileers
missilelike
missileman
missilemen
missileproof

Literary usage of Missies

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1. Songs for the Chapel: A Series of Historical Sketches, Memoirs and Records by Ambrose White Vernon, Alvin Howard Sanders, Charles Henry Morse (1900)
"One branch of the missies traces through Missie 20th, by Gold Digger. ... A large family of missies descend through Missie 30th by this bull. ..."

2. Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery by Samuel Gardner Drake (1851)
"on a river of same name flowing into the missies. ; 250 in 1797. ... missies, and L. Michigan, 1065; (Sacs and Foxes ?1 MASSACHUSETTS, the state perpetuates ..."

3. The Book of the Indians; Or, Biography and History of the Indians of North by Samuel Gardner Drake (1841)
"... or SAC. united with FOT before 1805 ; then on missies., above Illinois, v. 142. SAUTEURS, or FALL INDIANS of the French, about the falls of St. Mary. ..."

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