Definition of Smickly

1. adv. Smugly; finically.



Definition of Smickly

1. amorously [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smickly

smetana
smeuse
smeuses
smew
smews
smexier
smexiest
smicker
smickered
smickering
smickers
smicket
smickets
smickly (current term)
smiddied
smiddies
smiddy
smiddying
smidge
smidgen
smidgens
smidgeon
smidgeons
smidges
smidgin
smidgins
smiercase
smiercases

Literary usage of Smickly

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1. The Dramatic Works of John Ford by John Ford (1831)
"What's he that looks so smickly ?-j- Fol. A most sweet Spaniard, a comfit-maker, of Toledo, that can teach sugar to slip down your throat a million of ways. ..."

2. A Glossary of Tudor and Stuart Words: Especially from the Dramatists by Walter William Skeat, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1914)
"OE. smicer, elegant. smickly, fine, elegant, smart; or it may be used adverbially. Ford, Sun's Darling, ii. ..."

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