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adjective, flock·i·er, flock·i·est.
  1. like or characterized by flocks or tufts; flocculent.
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Origin of flocky

First recorded in 1590–1600; flock2 + -y1
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Examples from the Web for flocky

Historical Examples

  • They have small horns like the cows of Morocco; the hair is very long and flocky like the merino's.

    Original Narratives of Early American History

    Vaca and Others

  • They have small horns like those of Morocco, and the hair long and flocky, like that of the merino.