adjective, hick·i·er, hick·i·est. Informal.
Words nearby hicky
OTHER WORDS FROM hickyhick·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for hicky
“To see the man punished who shot him, Hicky,” cried Dick passionately.
You wrenched his arm, Hicky,” said Dick, “when you dragged him out.
I think (said Hicky,) gentility and morality are inseparable.'Life of Johnson|James Boswell
Hicky says it loosens his skin and makes him feel comfortable.
“Well, I suppose it is something like that, Hicky,” said Dick sadly.