Definition of Buckies

1. buckie [n] - See also: buckie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buckies

buckets
buckets down
bucketsful
bucketshop
bucketshops
bucketwheel
bucketwheels
buckeye
buckeyes
buckhorn
buckhornite
buckhorns
buckhound
buckhounds
buckie
buckies (current term)
bucking
bucking for
bucking off
buckings
buckish
buckjumper
buckjumpers
buckjumping
buckle
buckle cavity
buckle down
buckle under
buckle up

Literary usage of Buckies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Two Months in the Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye by Charles Richard Weld (1860)
"John o' Groat's buckies.— Stacks of Duncansby.—North-East of Scotland.—Grand Precipices.—" Goes."—Fierce Tide.— The Boars of Duncansby. ..."

2. Musa Burschicosa: A Book of Songs for Students and University Men by John Stuart Blackie (1869)
"The waters, now big with a novel sensation, Brought corals and buckies and bivalves to view, ... buckies and bivalves, a numberless nation ! ..."

3. The Land of Heather by Clifton Johnson (1903)
"I was told that buckies were not good for one's stomach — they only pleased the palate, but that the dulse was medicinal, and helped digestion. ..."

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