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  • noun Plural form of hymie.


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  • In 1984, while seeking the presidential nomination Rev. Jackson referred to Jews as "hymies" and the City of New York as "hymietown".

    American Thinker

  • Jesse Jackson lost some voters forever when he called Jews "hymies."

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2006

  • I used to see a lot of denim on the hymies of the pampered crowd that spent time in Ann Arbor being expensively educated on their family's dime.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • Eric "the red 'Holder, in order to rush to the gulf shore and lead a march against' oil drillers, tea baggers and hymies ', which he claimed was threatening black children allegedly caught up in the oil spill. : Spoof News : Front Page


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