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hymied (verb) - to be up a creek without a paddle; to have the whole world in the palm of your hand and blow it. a figure of speech.
I'd sooner get hymied out here in the middle of nowhere than lose face in front of my friends and family.

Ah man, I won the $5000 per week for life scratch-off game and got hymied by a couple of shines.

I was on a gravy train with biscuit wheels before my boss hymied me
by longislandlifeguard January 19, 2013
The are of being cheap, delusional, and thinking you are getting screwed over, all at the same time.
"Aw man, these $2.00 beers are too pricey. If that bartender wants to do me so bad, why am I getting hymied by her?"
by canuckchuck January 19, 2013
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