[ chuhk-ee ]

noun,plural chuck·ies.British Dialect.
  1. a chicken; fowl.

Origin of chucky

First recorded in 1720–30; chuck3 + -y2

Words Nearby chucky Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use chucky in a sentence

  • 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
  • The subject of our memoir was born in 1786, on the banks of Nola-chucky river, he being the fifth son.

  • "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