Definition of clucky in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈklʌki


Australian /NZ informal
1(Of a hen) sitting or ready to sit on eggs.
1.1(Of a woman) broody: Mum’s gone clucky
More example sentences
  • He has now broken out of this first stage that seems to appeal exclusively to clucky women and mothers, and entered the much more interesting stage that appeals to dads.
  • And every time she sees children she gets clucky.
  • He just smiled and said, ‘Mummy's clucky, isn't she, sweetie.’

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