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dikey

and dykey
mod. in the manner of a lesbian; pertaining to lesbians. (Usually objectionable.) She walks kinda dikey, doesn’t she?

dykey

verb
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Just like you clock out of work at the end of the day and go home to your lesbian lover, I clock out of my work persona and go home to my dykey darling.
In Swimming Pool, a sly thriller with quicksilver slides into and out of fantasy, Rampling plays a famed, sharp-tongued British mystery writer with a haircut like an ex-nun's and lips drawn in perpetual disapproval; she's an embodiment of dykey photos of such real-life thriller writers as Patricia Highsmith and Ruth Rendell.
I was constantly surrounded by dominant males, so I had to walk this fine line of being able to hold my own, but not seem too strong and confident, because that would make me seem like a dykey female.
Recently, when the comic Sandra Bernhard was signing CDs after a show in New York City, I was gobsmacked to see that my favorite queen of comedy, who routinely name-drops from the A list of fashion, had chosen to make her off-stage appearance in that much-maligned dykey fabric--flannel
Terry, who lives in Melbourne with partner Grazynka Ziemkiewicz, 26, says that on the whole, lesbian life in Australia "could be likened to lesbian life in many places around the world--generally less visible than the gay male scene and with a limited selection of distinctly dykey nightlife options available.
It's also said to have a "Key West flavor," but it's more densely dykey than Key West.
Another good idea is some cute rainbow swag, like a bracelet or a cute dykey T-shirt.
The Killing of Sister George (1968)--Viperish BBC executive Mercy Croft (Coral Browne) puts the moves on Childie (Susannah York), the girlfriend of dykey soap actress June Buckridge (Beryl Reid), in a sequence steamy enough to be cut by censors in various New England states in 1968.