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shacky

[ shak-ee ]
/ ˈʃæk i /
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adjective, shack·i·er, shack·i·est.
run-down; dilapidated: a shacky old place.
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Origin of shacky

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How to use shacky in a sentence

  • Sir Knight, prithee tell me of what that marvellous shacky and rusty-looking armor of thine is made?

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