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An exclamation of alarm and warning, uttered when properly constituted authorities are approaching; cheese it, jiggers (1940s+ New York City teenagers)


A young girl; chick: But I do not really envy the guys my age who are making out with the young chickies (1920+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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  • Folks called her "chickie," for she was really as tender and as fresh-looking as a chicken.

    L'Assommoir Emile Zola
  • We've found your aigs, chickie; they was ror, but we's goin' to bake 'em.

  • Don't go to being vexed, chickie; you're as bright as anybody, after all.

  • So off the rabbit and the porcupine started to find the chickie's mamma.

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

    Howard R. Garis
  • So Uncle Wiggily introduced the doggie to the chickie girl, and the chickie girl to the doggie.

    Uncle Wiggily's Adventures Howard R. Garis
  • It was the first time the Gobbler had ever been been called a “pitty chickie,” but that made no difference.

    Tales of a Poultry Farm

    Clara Dillingham Pierson
  • The hen had very short legs, so she was called "chickie Short-legs."

    Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales Hans Christian Andersen
  • How can your Pet chickie live the eternity until he claspeths thee again this evening?

    In a Little Town Rupert Hughes
  • The Hen had very short legs, and was therefore called "chickie Short-legs."

    Favorite Fairy Tales Logan Marshall
  • The hen had such short legs that her mistress called her "chickie short legs."

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