Meaning: a day taken off work after calling in sick when one is actually well
- Paul throws a sickie at least once a month. I wonder if his boss has noticed that he's always "sick" when the weather is beautiful?
- Robbo reckons the surf's awesome today, so I'm chuckin' a sickie and headin' down the coast.
Variety: This is typically used in British and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
Tom took a "sickie" after seeing the weather forecast for the day was fine and warm. He was feeling
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Contributor: Matt Errey