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chucky

[chuhk-ee] /ˈtʃʌk i/
noun, plural chuckies. British Dialect.
1.
a chicken; fowl.
Origin of chucky
1720-1730
First recorded in 1720-30; chuck3 + -y2
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  • Poor chucky had found it quite impossible to accept the new arrangement.

    Toto's Merry Winter Laura E. Richards
  • "So long, chucky," the lady with the damaged feather said to him.

    Fortitude Hugh Walpole
  • “These berries are for poor chucky,” replied the wood-pigeon.

    The Joyous Story of Toto Laura E. Richards
  • chucky was so sound asleep it seemed a pity to miss such an opportunity.

    The Joyous Story of Toto Laura E. Richards
  • "Let's go and see how old chucky gets on," he said good-naturedly, when the man vanished.

    The Louisa Alcott Reader Louisa M. Alcott

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