Meryll is a wonderful, caring, pretty, and talented girl. She is funny and sweet and will cheer anyone up with her contagious smile. She is a great friend to have and can get any guy she wants without any effort.
friend: "Everyone loves Meryll"
me: "You got that right"
by pidgelmao March 30, 2017
Meryl is a wonderful friend, loyal and commited, there is nothing she wouldn't do for her friends and is intelligent and good looking without being precocious.
Meryl is someone who you can trust with your deepest secrets.
Meryl will always be there for you in thick and thin and gives of herself even when she is struggling with her own personal issues she puts you first.
If you have the chance to make friends with Meryl I suggest that you take the chance with both hands, she wont let you down, she makes an awesome friend.
by canyoudothisonethen February 5, 2010
Meryl is a total betty. Not only does she look good, she is extremly intelligent. She is awesome and by awesome i mean totally sweet. You can't do much better than a Meryl.
Meryl is the greatest, i wish she was my girlfriend.
by The Pale Floridian December 6, 2008
With Meryl Streep giving at least one incredibly acted performance a year, it seems logical that her talent should become a verb.

v. to give a performance that exceeds one's level of comprehension.
Did you see her in Doubt? Yes. How was she? She Meryl'd the hell out of it.
by bigMacD February 9, 2010
The first name of an incredible actress. See Meryl Streep.
Meryl was incredible in that movie!
by merylschoice22 December 23, 2007
An English term originating from the Black Country meaning faffing worrying or dithering
I wish Sarah would make her mind up and stop her meryling
by Sarah's D from Butlins August 19, 2019
Rhyming slang derived from the American actress, Meryl Streep. There are 2 meanings:-

1. Meryl Streep = sheep;
2. Meryl Streep = sleep.

The context will identify the meaning.
1. The crowd were so stupid, just a load of Meryls.
2. He was so tired he fell into a deep Meryl.
by Edna Sweetlove August 5, 2010