Definition of Tackier

1. Adjective. (comparative of tacky) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tackier

1. tacky [adj] - See also: tacky

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tackier

tack on
tack together
tack up
tackboard
tackboards
tacked
tacked up
tacker
tackers
tacket
tackets
tackety
tackey
tackeys
tackie
tackier (current term)
tackies
tackiest
tackified
tackifier
tackifiers
tackifies
tackify
tackifying
tackily
tackiness
tackinesses
tacking
tacking up
tackings

Literary usage of Tackier

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

1. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1869)
"It necessarily followed that Mr. tackier, although an experienced practitioner, was not a rich man ; on the contrary, he had, from devoting himself so ..."

2. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1869)
"Mrs. tackier soon prepared the meal, which consisted of hot coffee and cold ... Mr. tackier sat down and eat like a wolf ; but between every mouthful he ..."

3. Annals of Sandhurst: A Chronicle of the Royal Military College from Its by Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman (1900)
"GE Rogers, a very hard-working forward, good in a loose game, and a fair tackier. WJ Vincent, a three- quarter back ; dodges well, lacks pace, ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia of Sport by Frederick George Aflalo, Hedley Peek (1897)
"Thus, by a series of short and machine-like passes and repasses, employed whenever an obstacle presents itself, each would- be tackier is outmanoeuvred. ..."

5. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1869)
"It necessarily followed that Mr. tackier, although an experienced practitioner, was not a rich man ; on the contrary, he had, from devoting himself so ..."

6. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1869)
"Mrs. tackier soon prepared the meal, which consisted of hot coffee and cold ... Mr. tackier sat down and eat like a wolf ; but between every mouthful he ..."

7. Annals of Sandhurst: A Chronicle of the Royal Military College from Its by Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman (1900)
"GE Rogers, a very hard-working forward, good in a loose game, and a fair tackier. WJ Vincent, a three- quarter back ; dodges well, lacks pace, ..."

8. The Encyclopaedia of Sport by Frederick George Aflalo, Hedley Peek (1897)
"Thus, by a series of short and machine-like passes and repasses, employed whenever an obstacle presents itself, each would- be tackier is outmanoeuvred. ..."

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