- n large-flowered garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe and having velvety petals of various colors
- n a timid man or boy considered childish or unassertive
- n offensive term for an openly homosexual man
- In endorsement announcement, Easley contrasts her with Obama and points to her fighter mentality, adding "This lady right here, makes Rocky Balboa look like a pansy.
- Because a veado (deer) is Brazilian for pansy, the group number (24) for deer is never used in polite society.
- Even as a member of the pro-America community, I'm embarrassed for that feminized pansy.
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- Campaign Begins to Ensure Free Press
The African Union has launched an effort to rid East Africa of colonial-era defamation and sedition laws. Since independence, many countries have used them to clamp down on freedom of the press. The effort to have the laws repealed is being led by Pansy Tlakula, the AU’s special rapporteur on freedom of expression and access to information. In a statement, she said, “"Criminal defamation laws ...
July 16, 2013 - Voice of America