Informal Impaired; faulty; weak: "'I've got this dicky heart,' he'd say to the fool” ( John le Carré). (adjective)
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Use "dicky" in a sentence
"We only got out because Andrew got a bit bored and we were both a bit dicky from the night before, or I’d still be in there now!"
"The French colony had managed, by sharing the expense, to purchase a cabriolet, a hooded one-horse chaise which held two people inside, and had a "dicky" behind for a servant."
"He would doubtless have done well enough as "dicky" in an ordinary wind-jammer, but on the quarterdeck of such a craft as the"