dickey definition

  • noun:
    • a lady's blouse front side used under a suit jacket or low-necked garment.
    • A man's detachable top front.
    • A collar for a shirt.
    • A child's bib or pinafore.
    • A donkey.
    • a little bird.
    • The driver's chair on a carriage.
    • A rear chair for servants on a carriage.
    • A detachable top front, collar or bib.
    • A false removable top front side or bosom.
    • A gentleman's shirt collar.
    • A hat; esp., in U. S., a stiff hat or derby; in Eng., a straw hat.
    • A seat when it comes to motorist (In a carriage); -- labeled as additionally dickey field or dickie chair.
    • A seat at the back for servants.
    • One of different animals.
    • A donkey.
    • Any small bird; -- called additionally dickeybird or dickey bird.
    • The hedge-sparrow.
    • The haddock.
    • See dicky.
    • a little 3rd chair in the back of an old-fashioned two-seater
    • a guy's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the leading of a shirt
    • a lady's blouse front side worn under a suit coat or low-necked garment.
    • a person's detachable shirt front.
    • A collar for a shirt.
    • a young child's bib or pinafore.
    • A donkey.
    • a tiny bird.
    • The driver's seat on a carriage.
    • A rear seat for servants on a carriage.
    • A detachable shirt front, collar or bib.
    • A false detachable clothing front or bosom.
    • A gentleman's clothing collar.
    • A hat; esp., in U. S., a stiff hat or derby; in Eng., a straw hat.
    • A seat for driver (In a carriage); -- called also dickey package or dickie chair.
    • A seat at the back for servants.
    • certainly one of various creatures.
    • A donkey.
    • Any small bird; -- called in addition dickeybird or dickey bird.
    • The hedge sparrow.
    • The haddock.
    • See dicky.
    • a small third chair in the back of an old-fashioned two-seater
    • a man's removable insert (usually starched) to simulate leading of a shirt
  • adjective:
    • In bad condition
    • (Uk informal) defective
    • In poor condition
    • (Brit informal) defective

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