Definition of Rickly

1. pertaining to a loose heap [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rickly

rickettsiology
rickettsioses
rickettsiosis
rickettsiostatic
ricketty
rickety
rickey
rickeys
ricking
rickle
rickle o' banes
rickle o' bones
rickle of banes
rickle of bones
rickles
rickly (current term)
rickrack
rickracks
rickroll
rickrolled
rickrolling
rickrolls
ricks
ricksha
rickshas
rickshaw
rickshawed
rickshawing
rickshawlike
rickshaws

Literary usage of Rickly

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1. History of the City of Columbus, Capital of Ohio by Alfred Emory Lee, W.W. Munsell & Co (1892)
"The banking house of rickly & Brother was established in 1857 by SS ... In 1870 the junior partner retired, and SS rickly continued the business alone until ..."

2. The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided by Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne (1887)
"The notes were taken by rickly several days after they were executed and delivered to ... Although the payee had indorsed them, rickly, before taking them, ..."

3. Poor's Directory of Railway Officials (1887)
"S. rickly, R. Jones, TP Gordon, RE Sheldon, EK Stewart, Columbas, ... Пес- /Ум., К. R. rickly, flee., SS rickly, Treat., Jonas Willcox, Supt., P. Л., etc. ..."

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