Definition of plooky in English:

plooky

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Pronunciation: /ˈpluːki
 
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adjective (plookier, plookiest)

Scottish
  • Having pimples; spotty.
    More example sentences
    • The plooky lad seemed to have difficulty with all this; really I don't know what they teach young people in schools these days.
    • Plooky are your cheeks, And plooky is your chin.
    • His face was as plooky as a currant bun.

Origin

late Middle English: from plook + -y1.

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