Spik"y (?), a.

1.

Like a spike; spikelike.

These spiky, vivid outbursts of metallic vapors. C. A. Young.

2.

Having a sharp point, or sharp points; furnished or armed with spikes.

Or by the spiky harrow cleared away. Dyer.

The spiky wheels through heaps of carnage tore. Pope.

 

© Webster 1913.

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