OTHER WORDS FROM hickyhick·i·ness, noun
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How to use hicky in a sentence
“If we had pressed Hicky a little more, I believe he would have come,” said Dick.
“I should like to have been there and heard Old Hicky,” said Tom, again breaking the silence.
“A lovely landscape, Hicky,” said Dick, gazing across the verdant plain.
I think (said Hicky,) gentility and morality are inseparable.'Life of Johnson|James Boswell
You wrenched his arm, Hicky,” said Dick, “when you dragged him out.