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Definition of taky

taky

adjective

  • Takable; capable of taking; captivating; or charming; designed to attract notice and please; taking; attractive.

    ex) Look at him! He is totally taky! This bag is taky! I love it!
    She looks so taky!

    Last edited on Mar 18 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 17 2017.

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