noun, plural mick·ies. (sometimes initial capital letter)
Examples from the Web for micky
Micky Rosenfeld, the foreign press spokesman for the Israel Police, got to me first.
I had to make this movie and I had to be the one to play Micky.
Micky knew Mrs. Clare slightly; he rose and went towards them.
She had a little boy who also appeared to be partly of Celtic descent, as he had a red head, and was nicknamed "Micky Free."Building a State in Apache Land|Charles D. Poston
"Maybe they'll send him to the Island," said Micky, beginning his professional operations upon the second boot.Fame and Fortune|Horatio Alger, Jr.
“But we all thought–––” she said, then stopped, remembering that Micky and Raymond had been great friends.
In which words Micky gave utterance to a philosophic, universal truth.The Lash|Olin L. Lyman