Definitions

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  • noun A person who has been fired

Etymologies

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fire +‎ -ee, by analogy with hiree

Examples

  • Floofy blankee is mush beddur den teh firee crash aifinkso.

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  • You see, details of being fired, or even near-fired, are apparently embedded in the mind of the “firee” but no one else.

    Fired!

  • You see, details of being fired, or even near-fired, are apparently embedded in the mind of the “firee” but no one else.

    Fired!

  • You see, details of being fired, or even near-fired, are apparently embedded in the mind of the “firee” but no one else.

    Fired!

  • You see, details of being fired, or even near-fired, are apparently embedded in the mind of the “firee” but no one else.

    Fired!

  • You see, details of being fired, or even near-fired, are apparently embedded in the mind of the “firee” but no one else.

    Fired!

  • Company Men'' does need a designated victim, though, and so we have Chris Cooper, giving daring shades of neediness to the part of Phil Woodward, the third firee.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • The firee posted these letters on his blog and the female lawyer also posted the correspondence on a public forum.

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  • Informed that he was no longer needed, the firee started a back and forth escalating email fight.

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  • According to the website, the team was informed via teleconference on Monday evening that McMahon was firee and that president and general manager Steve Govett would take over coaching duties.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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