meemie


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meemie

(ˈmiːmɪ)
n
a hysterical personan attack of hysteria
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At my left elbow the base of a screaming meemie was smoking, but it had missed me entirely.
Soldiers in France described the sounds of the incoming rounds as moaning, whining, and screaming, resulting in the nickname of "Screaming Meemie" for the rocket launcher.
John Henry Jackson, Whitty's grandson, and his wife Meemie introduced the Joint Masters, who thanked the landowners.
Returning to uncapitalised homophonic tautonyms, the English Dialect Dictionary (EDD) includes DEEDY (industrious), PEEPY (drowsy) and TEATY (peevish), while Chambers Dictionary has (screaming) MEEMIE, a hysterical person, and Webster's 3rd has EASIES, stops rowing.
A new German weapon, the Nebelwerfer six-barreled rocket mortar (soon to be nicknamed "Screaming Meemie" by the Americans), was hitting the engineers and the tanks and tank destroyers supporting the American line.
a terrible noise; we called it the 'screaming meemies.' After this barrage I looked over to my left and a boy from A company, about 20 feet away, had lost the top of his head."
They had "screaming meemies" screaming towards them.