or dick·y, dick·ie
- an article of clothing made to look like the front or collar of a shirt, blouse, vest, etc., worn as a separate piece under another garment, as a jacket or dress.Compare vest(def 2), vestee.
- a detachable linen shirt collar.
- a bib or pinafore worn by a child.
- a small bird.
- a donkey, especially a male.
- an outside seat on a carriage.
- British. rumble seat(def 1).
Origin of dickey1
Examples from the Web for dickie
Contemporary Examples of dickie
Now, Dickie says, the church is distancing itself from the perceived alliance.Pope Francis May Be Risking His Life by Taking on the Mafia
Barbie Latza Nadeau
June 23, 2014
He shared his first joint with Louis Armstrong and Dickie Wells backstage at Three Deuces on 52 Street.The Stacks: Harold Conrad Was Many Things, But He Was Never, Ever Dull
March 8, 2014
There was born what Dickie calls, following the lead of a late 19th century Italian investigator, Sicily's "violence industry."David's Book Club: Cosa Nostra (Part 2)
August 15, 2012
Dickie convincingly argues that the answer to my core question is: No.David's Book Club: Cosa Nostra (Part 1)
August 14, 2012
Dickie Sanders, 21, had tried various kinds of drugs before, but snorting “Cloud Nine” bath salts resulted in his death.Rudy Eugene, Brian De Leon, and More Crazy 'Bath Salt' Freakouts
June 8, 2012
Historical Examples of dickie
Mr. Dickie was a teacher in Tilliedrum, but he was ruined by drink.Auld Licht Idylls
J. M. Barrie
Oh, Dickie dear, whatever have they been doing to its good old face?Ambrotox and Limping Dick
"You must not do it again, Peggy," Dickie Blue had admonished.
An' Dickie himself will fetch the trap for his own feet, ecod!
Dickie Blue was sure that his surmise had gone cunningly to its mark.