kicky


Also found in: Dictionary.

kicky

mod. exciting and energetic. Man, what a kicky idea!
References in periodicals archive ?
Susan Thorpe (14-172, 15-169) cited Oxford [OED] to support her candidates KICKY, LILY, NINNY, PIPPY, SISSY and TITTY to be pronounced with two short i's ("i/i") and declared as 'wrong' our independent impressions (Anil 14-265; Jeff 15-107) they're pronounced short i, long e ("i/e").
It is that kicky thing you do with your leg when you arrive at the boot of the car and need to open the tailgate but cannot because your hands are full of shopping or you are carrying something you cannot put down, like a small sleeping child.
And, besides, with a kicky toddler directly behind us, we had other, more pressing things to endure.
Kicky little skirts that peeped out from under that longline blazer or equally oversized knits.
Add all of that to a kicky, light-as-a-feather spray-on delivery system, and you've got a winner on your hands -- not to mention any other area of skin.
A collection of kicky, '70s-style graphic print pillows from notNeutral pack pop punch.
The plays are Peter Shaffer's metatheatrical farce Black Comedy (July 3-5) and David Ives's kicky anthology All in the Timing (July 31 and Aug.
Loose-fitting tunics with flares low over the hips and a bit of gauzy transparency here and there joined the series of fun, kicky mini-skirts.
On opening night of San Francisco Ballet's new Cinderella, the dancer dove into the role of snarky stepsister Edwina with such kicky zest that you feared she would levitate on an updraft of sheer malice.
When stories could be kicky and creative, he added filigrees of style and fun.
As for the other composers, Kicky Ian Gordon shows his musical theatre bent in the light but pleasant eight-song cycle.
Along with that Google+ has the feature of auto-awesome which does kicky and fun things like turning photos into small collages, and turning images into the new favourite animated image format GIF.
His kicky 'k' and 's' combos are approaching calligraphic proportions.
The Epic Tales of a Misfit Hero" is a kicky, spunky story about an LDS 12 year old boy named Andrew who is challenged to overcome his label as "weak and simple" in a harrowing camping adventure with a group of young friends.