adjective, duck·i·er, duck·i·est. Informal.
Definition for ducky (2 of 2)
noun, plural duck·ies. British Slang.
Examples from the Web for ducky
The married Texas Republican was photographed in ducky pajamas next to a lingerie model at a local bar in May 2009.Texas Congressman Sued Over "Wet Dreams" About Former Staffer|Ben Jacobs|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Try using Google Instant to find information about Ducky Doolittle, a New York City-based artist and sexologist.
Mary Merle used to have a ducky little flat on the second floor, didnt she?Out of the Air|Inez Haynes Irwin
Ducky, I have a feeling that the owner of The Viking bought it from the proceeds of pills or headache powders.The Gay Cockade|Temple Bailey
Our ducky, chummy little room to be invaded by a third—and a stranger!The School by the Sea|Angela Brazil
Oh, and the ducky little blue knife inside, and pink pencils!The Head Girl at the Gables|Angela Brazil
I wouldn't mind so much if I didn't know that Ducky Lucky will be delighted.Phyllis|Dorothy Whitehill
British Dictionary definitions for ducky
noun plural duckies
Word Origin and History for ducky
"excellent," slang from 1897 (often ironical),perhaps from duckie as a term of endearment (early 19c.). Probably not related to much earlier slang noun meaning "a woman's breast" ["...whose pritty duckys I trust shortly to kysse," Henry VIII, c.1536 letter to Anne Boleyn, who, contrary to rumor, did not have three of them].