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Definition of "meanest" [meanest]

  • Miserly, ungenerous, or petty (adjective)
  • Humble, obscure, or lowly (adjective)
  • Despicable, ignoble, or callous (adjective)
  • Poor or shabby (adjective)
  • Bad-tempered; vicious (adjective)
  • Ashamed (adjective)
  • Unwell; in low spirits (adjective)
  • Excellent; skilful (adjective)
  • Superlative form of mean: most mean. (adjective)

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  • Second-person singular simple present form of mean. (verb)

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Use "meanest" in a sentence
  • "ELIZABETH BLAIR: K'Naan grew up in Mogadishu on what he calls the meanest streets in the universe."
  • "Do you know so much yourself that you call the meanest ignorant?"
  • "So it is so hard to name the meanest and most evil person that I have read about."
  • "HAMMER: Well, tonight, she is being called the meanest player in women ` s soccer."
  • "In his defense, he was known as the meanest son of a bitch to ever practice audiology in Edinburgh."