Definitions

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  • noun slang A Mickey Finn; a beverage, usually alcoholic, that has been drugged.
  • noun Canada A 375-milliliter (13.2 imperial fluid ounce; 12.7 US fl oz) bottle of liquor, such as whiskey.
  • noun Ulster, derogatory a Catholic
  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given names Michael, Mike or Mick.
  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Michaela.

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  • noun (ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Irish descent

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Examples

  • MICKEY ROURKE = COMMON SENSE ..... right on, Mickey!

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  • LEAD (30) [MICKEY] Kyle's sidekick, less blond, less buff, but equally cocky, Mickey is Claire's boyfriend, who's obviously more interested in sex than her.

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  • In 1874 Felix Ward resurfaced with the name Mickey Free, when he offered his services as scout and interpreter to the army.

    Once They Moved Like the Wind

  • In 1874 Felix Ward resurfaced with the name Mickey Free, when he offered his services as scout and interpreter to the army.

    Once They Moved Like the Wind

  • I liked the name Mickey, like former Yankee great Mickey Mantle, and Lee is my middle name.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • I liked the name Mickey, like former Yankee great Mickey Mantle, and Lee is my middle name.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • I liked the name Mickey, like former Yankee great Mickey Mantle, and Lee is my middle name.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • I liked the name Mickey, like former Yankee great Mickey Mantle, and Lee is my middle name.

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • When Warren Beatty - who starred in "Mickey One," Mr. Penn's 1965 homage to experimental European filmmaking - became a producer for "Bonnie and Clyde," he chose Mr. Penn to direct the film.

    Arthur Penn, director of 'Bonnie and Clyde,' dies at 88

  • They'll throw you in Mickey-jail without batting an eye.

    An Interview with Brad Meltzer

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