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hicky

[hik-ee]
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adjective, hick·i·er, hick·i·est. Informal.
  1. hick(def 2).
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Origin of hicky

Related formshick·i·ness, noun
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  • You wrenched his arm, Hicky,” said Dick, “when you dragged him out.

    Dick o' the Fens

    George Manville Fenn

  • Hicky says it loosens his skin and makes him feel comfortable.

    Dick o' the Fens

    George Manville Fenn

  • But I say, Hicky, you are so quiet about it all, did you see who it was shot at you?

    Dick o' the Fens

    George Manville Fenn

  • “Well, I suppose it is something like that, Hicky,” said Dick sadly.

    Dick o' the Fens

    George Manville Fenn

  • “To see the man punished who shot him, Hicky,” cried Dick passionately.

    Dick o' the Fens

    George Manville Fenn