adjective, cork·i·er, cork·i·est.
Examples from the Web for corky
She knew she wanted to play Corky in Bound, but her management wanted her to have nothing to do with it.Gina Gershon on ‘Killer Joe,’ Tom Cruise, ‘Showgirls,’ ‘Bound’|Ramin Setoodeh|July 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Either you have swallowed the old trapper's drunken mouthings for gospel, or you have let Corky Joe here get you in a coil!
The very first words I spoke were, "Corky, how about your uncle?"My Man Jeeves|P. G. Wodehouse
The leaf scar is protected by a corky change (suberization) in the walls of the exposed cells.
Such were the more or less plausible suppositions to which Corky Joe had arrived since he formed part of the expedition.
But the cells of the bark have thick walls of a tough, corky substance, and each cell contains air instead of protoplasm.