noun dick·ey \ˈdi-kē\
plural dickeys or dick·ies

Definition of DICKEY

:  any of various articles of clothing: as
a :  a man's separate or detachable shirtfront
b :  a small fabric insert worn to fill in the neckline
chiefly British
a :  the driver's seat in a carriage
b :  a seat at the back of a carriage or automobile

Variants of DICKEY

dick·ey or dicky also dick·ie \ˈdi-kē\

Origin of DICKEY

Dicky, nickname for Richard
First Known Use: 1807


biographical name Dick·ey \ˈdi-kē\

Definition of DICKEY

James Lafayette 1923–1997 Am. poet, nov., & critic


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