noun, plural cook·ies.
Words nearby cooky
Definition for cooky (2 of 2)
- a person: a smart cookie; a tough cookie.
- an alluring young woman.
Origin of cookie
Example sentences from the Web for cooky
It seemed a slim chance, but Hortense took a bite of cooky and waited to see what would happen.
Diademy calls 'em in 'n' gives 'em a cooky every time they go past, 'n' they eat as if they was famished.The Village Watch-Tower|(AKA Kate Douglas Riggs) Kate Douglas Wiggin
Hortense gave him her cooky—all but a tiny piece which she saved to eat when she wanted to grow big again.
A fluttering hand took the cooky and put it between the pale lips.Ethel Morton at Rose House|Mabell S. C. Smith
"We have nothing else except some pieces of cooky," bargained Hortense.
British Dictionary definitions for cooky
noun plural -ies
Word Origin for cookie
Scientific definitions for cooky
Idioms and Phrases with cooky
see hand in the till (cookie jar); that's how the ball bounces (cookie crumbles); toss one's cookies.