adjective (peakier, peakiest)[predicative] British
Pale from illness or fatigue; sickly: you’re looking a bit peaky—a change of scene would do you good
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- She was already starting to look peaky and pale.
- I won't go into the gory details about what's been making me peaky.
- I was feeling a bit peaky tonight, and I crept off to bed early, and dropped off, despite the soundtrack burbling away in the background.
Words that rhyme with peakybeaky, cheeky, cliquey, cock-a-leekie, creaky, freaky, Geikie, Kon-Tiki, Leakey, leaky, reeky, sleeky, sneaky, squeaky, streaky, Thessaloníki, tiki, tzatziki
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