adjective, duck·i·er, duck·i·est.Informal.
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Definition for ducky (2 of 2)
noun, plural duck·ies.British Informal.
Example sentences 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
The comet is basically shaped like a rubber ducky, but with a much rougher surface.
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Where are you going to, Henny-penny, Cocky-locky, and Ducky-daddles?
It makes me think of the old English nursery song—'Come, ducky, come and be killed.'The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives|Elizabeth Strong Worthington
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
No, ducky dear, I can't have that, but it is good of you to offer to go.The Four Corners|Amy Ella Blanchard
Many a time has Mr. Dodgson said, "Never mind, little Ducky; perhaps some day you will turn out a swan."The Quiver, 2/1900|Various