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- adj. Cold, but not excessively so.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Cold; -- of weather.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cold; penetrating; chilly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. appreciably or disagreeably cold
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Bloody parky waiting for the bus on this street corner!
Have fun in yorkshire could be a bit parky i remember snow in june growing up in ilkley!
The trip back was into the bitter NE wind so it was a bit on the parky side, and the ice was much less stable when we got back to Slateford aqueduct.
For one thing, your legs won't answer yet awhile, and even if they did, you're ballock-naked and it's dam' parky out and we're doin' forty miles an hour.
For one thing, your legs won't answer yet awhile, and even if they did, you're ballock-naked and it's dam 'parky out and we're doin' forty miles an hour.
He greeted me with a cry of "Hollo; me son, and what can I be doin 'for ye on this parky day?"
He turned to his myrmidon: "Get a move on you, Herbert; it's a bit parky standing about here."
An asphalt walk led in festoons from high parky nooks that sheltered couples, down to the water-slapped edge of docks, where the tidey surf had a thick, inarticulate lisp, as if what it had to say might only be comprehended from the under side.
We were sitting there smoking in front of the fire -- it was a shade parky for the time of year -- and not talking a great deal, when the Reverend said to Blake, "Things are looking up on the canal, aren't they, Tom?"
"It's no 'so parky, Mr. Bertram, sir-r," replied Tam cautiously.