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- n. chicken
- n. chick (young bird)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A chicken; -- used as a diminutive or pet name, especially in calling fowls.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There was a hole in the egg with a beak poking through it, pecking at the egg shell in short, chicky spurts.
All those bravos ... well, I suppose I'll forgive her for calling me "chicky".
All those bravos... well, I suppose I'll forgive her for calling me "chicky".
The important criteria for selection is obviously the 'chicky' population.
Victoria is a smart chicky for wearing a hair clip to keep the hair out of her face.
If the chicky poo in the photo had been riding a proper Dutch bike, she wouldn't have fallen off.
Oh babe, you and chicky have really been going through it! have you tried reflexology? chelle Said,
Heers wun of mah favrits: hamm an chicky an creem cheeze an a littul sossrolled up in a tortilla an cut crosswaes to maek teeny wrapz: I callz em rolly-polies an I maed tehm wiff teh toofpiks wif teh fizzy tops.
Dats rite, jus put teh pan full of chicky rite here.
August 27, 2007 petite gourmand said ... oh I'm sorry you are going through this - and like chicky I never thought of Librarians as having stressful jobs.
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