ninny / ˈnɪn i /


ninny 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural nin·nies.

  1. a fool or simpleton.

ninny 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. Before forty there is yet a chance that the budding ninny may desert, and degenerate into a prig, a Philistine, or a physician.
  2. And you would spill blood sooner than your betters should know it—ye ninny-cumpoops!
  3. You ninny, do you suppose it was by accident that Elsin Grey became our guest?
  4. But I went to the girl herself, as you would have done if you hadn't been such a ninny; but you're always a ninny.
  5. He's not such a ninny-headed feller neither as you seem to take him for, Mr. Sedley.