Definition of Mickies

1. micky [n] - See also: micky



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mickies

miched
micheelsenite
michelada
micheladas
michenerite
micher
micheries
michers
michery
miches
miching
michings
mickeyed
mickeying
mickeys
mickies (current term)
mickle
mickleness
mickler
mickles
micklest
micks
micky
micmacs
mico
miconazole
miconazole nitrate
micos
micra
micracoustic

Literary usage of Mickies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Reminiscences of Albert Pell, Sometime M.P. for South Leicestershire by Albert Pell (1908)
"The English nicknamed them " mickies," and declared that heaven would not be heaven if the mickies were in it. The mickies all desired to be locked up at ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1890)
"micky (mik'i), и.; pi. mickies (-iz). [A dim. of Mike, ... There were two or three mickies and wild heifers, who determined to have their owner's heart's ..."

3. The Vagabond Papers: Sketches of Melbourne Life, in Light & Shade by Vagabond (1877)
"The mickies and Biddies wear green sashes and scarves and dresses. The flag of Old Ireland waves triumphant over a foreign soil, and the native born ..."

4. The Trooper Police of Australia: A Record of Mounted Police Work in the by Arthur Lincoln Haydon (1911)
"He is an expert at cutting out " mickies " (un- branded steers) from a herd and running them to some secluded spot where they lie hidden until ready for ..."

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