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Definition of icky

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Other terms relating to 'gross, disgusting, creepy':

Definitions include: great; amazing; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: someone who will not allow a relationship to end.
Definitions include: extremely disturbing.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: gross, creepy; ICKY, etc. Term was common in Brooklyn, NY, USA in the 1950s and 1960s.
Definitions include: a person who is of the red-neck, trailer trash, low morals variety.
Definitions include: gross, disgusting.
Definitions include: unpleasant, disgusting, objectionable.
Definitions include: to make a person feel creepy.
Definitions include: nasty, gross, disgusting, revolting, etc. Also raunchy-licious.
Definitions include: sexually voracious.
Definitions include: disgustingly.
Definitions include: shallow. Note: short for "trifling."
Definitions include: stylish; "smooth".
Definitions include: acronym for not mind safe.

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Other terms relating to 'icky':

Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: truly awesome marijuana, only use with weed that actualy is kinda sticky.

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