- a promiscuous woman.
- a prostitute.
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Early in the second quarter, Wagner had to hold Bryant back when the center tried to fight Blake Griffin following a chippy play.Five takeaways from the Wizards’ preseason loss to the Pistons|Ava Wallace|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
During the ensuing runback, tempers flared, and things got a little chippy.
For all the glamour of some local residents, the town itself—known to locals as "Chippy" — remains a handsome but modest place.
David Remnick: He's a little chippy about her in the memoir.David Remnick's 'Bridge' to Obama: Full Transcript|The Daily Beast Video|April 10, 2010|DAILY BEAST
I say, you chaps, I'm sorry I made such an ass of myself yesterday; I felt chippy over that friend of mine being killed.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie
We awoke with the sun, feeling—I speak for myself—rather touzled and chippy, and waited a long time for the orders to proceed.The Doings of the Fifteenth Infantry Brigade|Edward Lord Gleichen
Both rooms were furnished, but cold and gloomy; the floor of what the girl called her dressing-room was chippy and worm-eaten.
Fact is, Tweddle, I've been so doosid chippy for the last two days, I daren't touch a razor.The Tinted Venus|F. Anstey
And when Chippy Hackee got home, he found he had caught a cold in his head; and he was more uncomfortable still.The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes|Beatrix Potter