Meany


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Mea·ny

 (mē′nē), George 1894-1980.
American labor leader who exerted great political influence as the first president of the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1955-1979).

Mean•y

(ˈmi ni)

n.
George, 1894–1980, U.S. labor leader.
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Noun1.Meany - United States labor leader who was the first president of the AFL-CIO (1894-1980)Meany - United States labor leader who was the first president of the AFL-CIO (1894-1980)
2.Meany - a person of mean dispositionmeany - a person of mean disposition  
oppressor - a person of authority who subjects others to undue pressures
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