noun, plural chuck·ies. British Dialect.
Origin of chucky
Examples from the Web for chucky
Contemporary Examples of chucky
Much of what passes for political coverage these days is (to borrow a phrase) “bad Chucky.”Wanted: Less Terrible Political Coverage on TV
November 19, 2014
Please note that CURSE OF CHUCKY is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download.Chucky, the Possessed Doll, on His Favorite Kills—and Katherine Heigl
October 31, 2013
What the ladies of the Real Housewives of New Jersey call a “ chucky,” the Jersey Shore roommates refer to as a “kookah.”Best Jersey Shore Moments
September 24, 2010
Historical Examples of chucky
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
“These berries are for poor Chucky,” replied the wood-pigeon.
Chucky was so sound asleep it seemed a pity to miss such an opportunity.
"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