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dick•ey



Pronunciation: (dik'ē), [key]
n.,
pl. -eys.

1. an article of clothing made to look like the front or collar of a shirt, blouse, vest, etc., worn as a separate piece under another garment, as a jacket or dress. Cf. vest (def. 2), vestee.
2. a detachable linen shirt collar.
3. a bib or pinafore worn by a child.
4. a small bird.
5. a donkey, esp. a male.
6. an outside seat on a carriage.
7. Brit.See rumble seat (def. 1). Also,dicky,dick'ie.

dick•ey



Pronunciation: (dik'ē), [key]
adj. Slang.
faulty: I'm fed up with this dickey air conditioner.

Dick•ey



Pronunciation: (dik'ē), [key]
n.
James, 1923-1997, U.S. poet and novelist.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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