noun, plural hick·eys.
- a pimple.
- a reddish mark left on the skin by a passionate kiss.
- hick-joint pointing,
- hickok, wild bill,
- hickory hills
Origin of hickey
Examples from the Web for hickey
“We are already implementing our plan and are getting good early results,” Hickey told a House oversight subcommittee July 18.Veterans Waiting Even Longer for Benefits, Especially in Big Cities|Aaron Glantz|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Your Hickey in The Iceman Cometh has become legendary and most recently you played Jim Tyrone in A Moon for the Misbegotten.
"Hansen'll lay it up to him, you see," said Hickey, looking at the big man now sprawled out on his bunk in noisy slumber.
Father Hickey had suffered the meed of his inhospitable conduct.The Miraculous Revenge|Bernard Shaw
If Hickey had not been woefully weak in mathematics the famous Fed.
This deed of heroic accomplishment and public benefaction was the true goal of Hickey's planning.
Somehow the tranquillity of the head master's attitude did not reassure Hickey.
Word Origin for hickey