millie


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

millie

(ˈmɪlɪ)
n
(Peoples) informal derogatory Ulster a young working-class woman who dresses in casual sports clothes
[perhaps from mill worker]
References in periodicals archive ?
His spokesman said: "I can confirm that Hugo and Millie did get engaged whilst they were on holiday in Greece.
Millie's sister runs Instagram (she was the one who edited the video of Millie getting her head shaved for the role), while her brother runs Twitter.
This time lawst week, Millie was enjoying the snow.
As it stood the NHS did not routinely fund the procedure, which reduces the spasticity in people's arms and legs, but they received the "amazing" news on Wednesday (February 14) that Millie could have it in the UK.
Rachel said: "We didn't think he would last that long but he was determined to meet Millie.
Millie was born with brain damage and has a metabolic bone disorder.
Bundy's middle-grade debut is a heavy hitter, concentrating on the ways racial prejudice and discrimination have affected Miss Millie and on Alice's feelings of abandonment.
In her wedding vows, Millie, a human resource officer at the Department of Education's main office in Pasig City, thanked Clark for making good on the promise he made years ago.
The daughters were cousins of my mother Millie Squarek (Spooner) and aunt Charlotte Lonsbury (Spooner).
Fashion designer and TV star Millie, 26, and the rapper - whose real name is Stephen Manderson - are now living apart.
To understand the structure and content of Millie, it's good to know SinglePoint's structure, particularly because Seuss hopes that using Millie will encourage users to convince their enterprises to subscribe to SinglePoint.