or dick·y, dick·ie
noun, plural dick·eys.
- dickens shunt,
- dickens, charles,
- dickey, james,
- dickinson, edwin walter
Origin of dickey1
adjective Chiefly British Slang.
Origin of dickey2
Examples from the Web for dickey
In Part 3, Dickey turns to two very disparate topics: Russia and his family.Christopher Dickey on Matters Foreign and Domestic|Christopher Dickey|September 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dickey hadn't been informed that Lou was in a terminal stage of ALS.The Stacks: The Day Lou Gehrig Delivered Baseball’s Gettysburg Address|Ray Robinson|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On ABC's 'This Week,' Dickey Cheney had some harsh words for president Obama - and for once, had the facts behind him.
Before moving to The Daily Beast, Dickey worked for Newsweek in Paris and Cairo and for The Washington Post in Mexico City.
Prior to Newsweek, Dickey worked for The Washington Post in Cairo and Mexico City.
He replied familiarly, 'Upon my soul, Dickey, I think it is true.'Abraham Lincoln, Volume 2 (of 2)|William H. Herndon
All of the company save Dickey and Johnny seated themselves at the table, and began to make a hearty but hurried meal.Left Behind|James Otis
Dickey was pacing their rooms excitedly when Quentin entered.Castle Craneycrow|George Barr McCutcheon
Frank succeeded in having Mr. Dickey appointed as Custodian of the property, then he went back to Marston.Cynthia Wakeham's Money|Anna Katharine Green
To them enters a youth, who is hailed with "How is Dickey's neuralgia?"Greenwich Village|Anna Alice Chapin