sickie

noun sick·ie \ ˈsi-kē \

Examples of sickie in a Sentence

  1. He took a sickie to go to the football game.

  2. the police suspect it is some sickie with an obsession for the actress

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First Known Use of sickie

1967

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Definition of sickie for English Language Learners

  • : a day when someone who is not really sick claims to be sick and does not go to work


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