[ dek-see ]

  1. Dexedrine, especially in tablet form.

Origin of dexie

First recorded in 1955–60; Dex(edrine) + -ie

Words Nearby dexie Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use dexie in a sentence

  • It ended at last with a crash, and dexie gave a sigh of relief when she saw the piano stool vacant.

    Miss Dexie | Stanford Eveleth
  • Aunt Jennie was much surprised when she learned the cause of dexie's frequent morning visits next door.

    Miss Dexie | Stanford Eveleth
  • "Well, I think I can play something that will be quite as enchanting as that we have just listened to," dexie replied.

    Miss Dexie | Stanford Eveleth
  • Mr. Sherwood looked across at dexie, knowing full well that Plaisted could not have broached a more unfortunate subject.

    Miss Dexie | Stanford Eveleth
  • Lancy Gurney was seldom far from the piano, and as dexie finished her song she motioned him to her side.

    Miss Dexie | Stanford Eveleth