"chi-ike" Definition

  1. to hail in a rough though friendly manner; to support by means of vociferation.
  2. a hail; a good loud word of hearty praise; term used by the costermongers, who assist the sale of each other’s goods by a little friendly, although noisy, commendation.

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Position in the dictionary: 603 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: chicken, chicken-hearted, children’s shoes, chill, chimney-sweep, chin-chin, chin-wag, chink, chip of the old block, chips
Previous words in the dictionary: cheshire cat, cherubs, cherry-merry, cherry-colour, cherry-bums, cheesy, cheesemongers, cheesecutter, cheese, cheek by jowl

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