noun (often lowercase) Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
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Contemporary Examples of mick
Artists like Mick Jagger and Van Morrison obsessively revered and imitated African-American blues and rock musicians.The Cultural Crimes of Iggy Azalea
December 29, 2014
On my short list of the great rock voices of all time, he is battling for the top spot with Mick Jagger.The Greatest Rock Voice of All Time Belonged to Joe Cocker
December 23, 2014
Often Mick would perch on those back stairs, perusing art books as he waited for her.The Bookstore That Bewitched Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Greta Garbo
December 16, 2014
Mick has now settled down with his wife Gabriella Wesberry, and their daughter Romy Hucknall was born in June 2007.Mick Hucknall Admits: Yes, I 'Probably' Have Slept With Over 1,000 Women
November 10, 2014
Plus Lindsey served in the state house and Mick Mulvaney and Jeff Duncan have known him through that.Lindsey Graham’s Tea Party Teflon
June 10, 2014
Historical Examples of mick
It was raining, but neither my friend nor Mick Molloy had turned up.
I had forgotten to warn the rider of Mick Molloy of this fact.
My friend was delighted with Mick, for he had carried him to the kill without a fall.
Ay, faith,” said Mick coolly; “it wor aboord this virry ship, begorrah!
Mick looked ‘nine ways for Sunday,’ to use his own favourite expression.
Word Origin for Mick
derogatory slang for "Irishman," 1856, from nickname of common Irish name Michael (q.v.).