Definition for dicky (2 of 2)
or dick·y, dick·ie
noun, plural dick·eys.
Origin of dickey1
Examples from the Web for dicky
Duane and Dicky lope backstage afterwards to “do some sniff,” as Dicky terms it.
Dicky catches sight of Duane and guffaws: “Hey, brother, you got coke all over in your muss-tache.”
Duane grabs a towel and mops his streaming face while Dicky spoons out the coke.
Dicky Betts, alternate lead guitar to Duane, whiles away the flight swapping comic books with the bassist, Berry Oakley.
By the time Dicky Betts thunderballs into his solo jam on “Elizabeth Reed,” people are standing on their chairs, yodeling cheers.
Her constant chaperonage of Dicky was getting a little trying, and she wanted me to relieve her.A Voyage of Consolation|Sara Jeannette Duncan
Dicky came up after him to see what we was up to, and when he did see he buzzed a pillow at Oswald, and the fight began.The Wouldbegoods|E. Nesbit
Suddenly he fell back fainting, and Dicky threw some water in his face, then set a cup of it beside him.Donovan Pasha And Some People Of Egypt, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Dicky Wyatt writes, in answer to Helvellyn, that the word "Kettledrum" means a large social party.Little Folks|Various
Grandfather told me that when I was Dicky's age—'for divers' reasons'; and he comes up again 'for sun—dry reasons.'Ethel Morton at Chautauqua|Mabell S. C. Smith