Kick"sy-wick`sy (?), Kick"y-wisk`y (?), n.

That which is restless and uneasy.

Kicky-wicky, or, in some editions, Kicksy-wicksy, is applied contemptuously to a wife by Shakespeare, in "All's Well that Ends Well," ii. 3, 297.


© Webster 1913.

Kick"sy-wick`sy, a.

Fantastic; restless; as, kicksy-wicksy flames.



© Webster 1913.

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