Kicky-wisky
Kicksy-wicksy Kick"sy-wick`sy, Kicky-wisky Kick"y-wisk`y, n. That which is restless and uneasy. [1913 Webster]

Note: Kicky-wicky, or, in some editions, Kicksy-wicksy, is applied contemptuously to a wife by Shakespeare, in ``All's Well that Ends Well,'' ii. 3, 297. [1913 Webster]


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  • Kicksy-wicksy — Kick sy wick sy, Kicky wisky Kick y wisk y, n. That which is restless and uneasy. [1913 Webster] Note: Kicky wicky, or, in some editions, Kicksy wicksy, is applied contemptuously to a wife by Shakespeare, in All s Well that Ends Well, ii. 3, 297 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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