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1flaky

adjective \ˈflā-kē\
flak·i·erflak·i·est

Definition of FLAKY

1
:  consisting of flakes <flaky snow>
2
:  tending to flake <a flaky crust>
flak·i·ness noun

Variants of FLAKY

flaky also flak·ey \ˈflā-kē\

First Known Use of FLAKY

1580

Rhymes with FLAKY

2flaky

adjective
flak·i·erflak·i·est

Definition of FLAKY

:  markedly odd or unconventional :  offbeat, wacky
flak·i·ness noun

Origin of FLAKY

4flake
First Known Use: circa 1963

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