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Definition of "lacky" [lacky]

  • To beat.
  • An obsolete spelling of lackey.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "lacky" in a sentence
  • "Negroponte, Bush lacky, is asked to “do the right thing”."
  • "I don’t have to ‘prove’ that this guy speaks nonsense, that’s readily apparent in his own words, wether he’s nefarious in his rational or just an incompetent lacky is the question."
  • "In the US Navy Bootcamp in Great Lakes, Illinois the so-called company commander Signalman Chief Charles H Armijo called me in and more or less accused me of being gay and then had his "lacky" , the appointed recruit chief petty officer Lawrence Molder start to drool and smile at me and pinch me on my buttocks pretending he was gay to try to get me to respond to him."