adjective, husk·i·er, husk·i·est.
noun, plural husk·ies.
THE OCTOBER WORD OF THE DAY QUIZ IS HERE TO HAUNT YOU
Origin of husky1
OTHER WORDS FROM huskyhusk·i·ly, adverbhusk·i·ness, noun
Words nearby husky
Definition for husky (2 of 2)
noun, plural husk·ies.(sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of husky2
Example sentences from the Web for husky
At 7.30 reached a creek coming into the Husky River from a chain of lakes.Young Alaskans in the Far North|Emerson Hough
Why, you don't doubt your ability to win the affections of a Husky belle, do you?Left on Labrador|Charles Asbury Stephens
Husky was in no condition to keep up his end with a well man.
Husky was now looking forward to her return no less than the others.
Careless of whether he heard them, the men joked outrageously about Husky's condition.
British Dictionary definitions for husky (1 of 2)
adjective huskier or huskiest
Derived forms of huskyhuskily, adverbhuskiness, noun
Word Origin for husky
British Dictionary definitions for husky (2 of 2)
noun plural huskies
- a member of the Inuit people
- the Inuit language