Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cooling drink consisting of spirits, usually gin, a wineglassful of which is put in a glass with cracked ice, a lime, and club soda.
- n. A variant of Ricky, diminutive of the male given name Richard.
- n. A cocktail made with lime (citrus fruit) and carbonated water.
- n. a mixed drink made of sweetened lime juice and soda water usually with liquor
“Rickey is passing himself off as a ranch/farm hand/manager.”
“Rickey is senior director of field operations for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or ASPCA.”
“The name Branch Rickey is primal for me, having read a lot of books about baseball growing up overseas.”
“Rickey is also in this thing (what can I say, we are all gluttons for punishment).”
“The Red Sox are showing very real interest in Rickey's services for next season," Eric Burak, a spokesman for Henderson's management group, told the Boston Herald.”
“Even as a person, Rickey is starting to blossom," Snyder said.”
“I think Rickey is learning that he doesn't have to defer to”
“You can hear the street in Rickey when he talks, but don't get the idea that he's not a thinker.”
“A. AL West: Seattle's hunt for a left fielder found a short-term answer in Rickey”
“I called Rickey 'Speedy,'" Rice said of baseball's greatest leadoff man.”
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