Definition of Dricksie

1. druxy [adj DRICKSIER, DRICKSIEST] - See also: druxy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dricksie

dribbled
dribbler
dribblers
dribbles
dribblet
dribblets
dribblier
dribbling
dribbly
driblet
driblets
dribs
dribs and drabs
drice
drices
dricksie (current term)
dricksier
dried
dried-out
dried-up
dried alum
dried apricot
dried fruit
dried human albumin
dried human plasma protein fraction
dried human serum
dried milk
dried out
dried plum
dried plums

Literary usage of Dricksie

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1. A Glossary of Tudor and Stuart Words: Especially from the Dramatists by Walter William Skeat, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1914)
"Dryden, Prologue to The Loyal Brother, 22. Cp. prov. ' drib', a drop, a small quantity of liquid (EDD.). dricksie, decayed ; as timber; ..."

2. Modern English by Fitzedward Hall (1873)
""A drie and dricksie oke." Puttenham, p. 205. Dr. John Hoadly signs himself, at the end of a letter, " Your affectionate ..."

3. Ancient Critical Essays Upon English Poets and Po√ęsy by George Gascoigne, William Webbe, James, John Harington, Francis Meres, Thomas Campion, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Bolton, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey (1811)
"... euery way ye list: or an old man who laboureth with continuall infirmities, to a drie and dricksie oke. Such parables were all the preachings of Christ ..."

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