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parkie

/ (ˈpaːkɪ) /
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noun
informal a park keeper
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How to use parkie in a sentence

  • He wants it to put on over his fur parkie to keep the snow and rain off it, and has himself made the loops and fastenings.

    A Woman who went to Alaska|May Kellogg Sullivan
  • The woman wore a reindeer parkie, short skirt, and muckluks, and carried a gun on her shoulder.

    A Woman who went to Alaska|May Kellogg Sullivan
  • There I ran at the handle-bars for a time, but at last I threw myself upon the sled among the furs, and pulled a parkie over me.

    A Woman who went to Alaska|May Kellogg Sullivan
  • Bring them to me under your parkie so no one shall see what you have.

    A Woman who went to Alaska|May Kellogg Sullivan
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