Definition of Mickies
1. micky [n] - See also: micky
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mickies
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 ..."