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Meanings of Chicer:

adjective

Elegantly and stylishly fashionable.

Usage examples:

She looked every inch the chic frenchwoman
noun

Stylishness and elegance, typically of a specified kind.

Usage examples:

The hotel's lobby and restaurant are the height of designer chic

Chicest

ʃiːk

Meanings of Chicest:

adjective

Elegantly and stylishly fashionable.

Usage examples:

She looked every inch the chic frenchwoman
noun

Stylishness and elegance, typically of a specified kind.

Usage examples:

The hotel's lobby and restaurant are the height of designer chic

Chicha

ˈtʃɪtʃə

Meanings of Chicha:

noun

(in south and central america) a kind of beer made typically from maize.

Usage examples:

Along the track's edges the older women sit in line, tending their cooking fires, selling home-grow…

Meanings of Chichi:

adjective

Attempting stylish elegance but achieving only an over-elaborate pretentiousness.

Usage examples:

The tiny chi-chi dining room
noun

Pretentious and over-elaborate refinement.

Usage examples:

A good restaurant without the chi-chi traditionally associated with french food

Meanings of Chichimec:

noun

A member of a group of indigenous peoples, including the toltecs and the aztecs, dominant in central mexico from the 10th to the 16th centuries.

Usage examples:

According to clavijero the toltecs came to mexico about a.d.648, the chichimecs in 1170, and the az…

Meanings of Chichis:

noun

A woman's breast.

Chick

tʃɪk

Meanings of Chick:

noun

A young bird, especially one newly hatched.

Usage examples:

The cattle egrets hatched and reared two chicks

Chickabiddy

ˈtʃɪkəbɪdi

Meanings of Chickabiddy:

noun

An affectionate form of address for a small child or a loved one.

Usage examples:

She called the ugly fat water snakes her little chickabiddies, and let them crawl and sprawl about …

Chickadee

ˈtʃɪk.əˌdiː

Meanings of Chickadee:

noun

A north american titmouse, in particular: the black-capped chickadee ( parus atricapillus ), with distinctive black cap and throat, and the similar but smaller carolina chickadee ( p. carolinensis ).

Meanings of Chickadees:

noun

A north american titmouse, in particular: the black-capped chickadee ( parus atricapillus ), with distinctive black cap and throat, and the similar but smaller carolina chickadee ( p. carolinensis ).

Chickaree

ˌtʃɪkəˈriː

Meanings of Chickaree:

noun

A squirrel with red fur, found in the coniferous forests of north america.

Usage examples:

The trail rambles gently through dry lodgepoles alive with chickarees and golden-mantled ground squ…

Meanings of Chickasaw:

noun

A member of a north american people formerly resident in mississippi and alabama, and now in oklahoma.

Usage examples:

The same is true with respect to the other four ‘civilized tribes ‘- choctaws, chickasaws, creeks a…
adjective

Relating to the chickasaw or their language.

Usage examples:

Taking choctaw conceptions of the world seriously, he utilizes the available choctaw and chickasaw …

Meanings of Chickee:

noun

Used as a term of endearment, especially for a child or woman.

Chicken

ˈtʃɪkɪn

Meanings of Chicken:

noun

A domestic fowl kept for its eggs or meat, especially a young one.

Usage examples:

Rationing was still in force and most people kept chickens
adjective

Cowardly.

Usage examples:

I was too chicken to go to court
verb

Withdraw from or fail in something through lack of nerve.

Usage examples:

The referee chickened out of giving a penalty

Chicken out

ˈtʃɪk.ɪn

Meanings of Chicken out:

phrasal verb

Remove oneself from an obligation

Meanings of Chicken-run:

idiom

To be very busy doing a lot of things, but in a way that is not very effective

Meanings of Chickenbreasted:

adjective

Having a protruding chest or abnormally angulated sternum.

Chickened

ˈtʃɪk.ɪn

Meanings of Chickened:

verb

Withdraw from or fail in something through lack of nerve.

Usage examples:

The referee chickened out of giving a penalty
noun

A domestic fowl kept for its eggs or meat, especially a young one.

Usage examples:

Rationing was still in force and most people kept chickens
adjective

Cowardly.

Usage examples:

I was too chicken to go to court
phrasal verb

To decide not to do something because you are too frightened

Usage examples:

We were going to go bungee jumping, but sandra chickened out at the last minute.

Meanings of Chickenhood:

noun

The state or condition of being a chicken or young bird; the early period of a bird's life.

Chickenpox

ˈtʃɪk.ɪn.pɒks

Meanings of Chickenpox:

noun

An infectious disease causing a mild fever and a rash of itchy inflamed pimples which turn to blisters and then loose scabs. it is caused by the herpes zoster virus and mainly affects children.

Usage examples:

Viruses including flu, herpes, measles and chickenpox can cause pneumonia.

Meanings of Chickens come home to roost:

idiom

If a past action, mistake, etc. comes home to roost, it causes problems at a later date, especially when this is expected or seems deserved

Usage examples:

All his earlier mistakes are coming home to roost., we're dealing with decades of bad decisions tha…

Meanings of Chickenshit:

adjective

Worthless or contemptible (used as a general term of abuse).

Usage examples:

No more chickenshit excuses
noun

A worthless or contemptible person.

Meanings of Chickenweed:

noun

Common chickweed, stellaria media. in early use also (usually with distinguishing word): †any of various other plants related to or thought to resemble this (obsolete).

Meanings of Chickenwort:

noun

Common chickweed, stellaria media.

Meanings of Chicker:

verb

Especially of a bird or other small animal: to give a call consisting of repeated light tremulous sounds.

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