Fickly \Fic"kly\, adv. In a fickle manner. [Obs.] --Pepys. [1913 Webster]

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  • fickle — adjective changeable, especially as regards one s loyalties. Derivatives fickleness noun fickly adverb Origin OE ficol deceitful , of Gmc origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • fickle — /ˈfɪkəl / (say fikuhl) adjective likely to change; capricious; irresolute. {Middle English fikel, Old English ficol deceitful, treacherous, related to gefic deceit, befician deceive, ficung fraud} –fickleness, noun –fickly, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

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