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booky

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Etymology 1Edit

book +‎ -y

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booky (comparative bookier, superlative bookiest)

  1. (dated) bookish
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AdjectiveEdit

booky (comparative bookier, superlative bookiest)

  1. (MLE) treacheroussnitchy, not trustworthy
    • 2017, Digga D (lyrics), “Next Up?”, performed by 1011 (Digga D x Sav'O x T.Y):
      Bro I’m booky, I’ll take your food if my belly starts rumblin
      They rap about bootings, they ain’t blammed nobody
      Hold that properly when I bang that dotty
      I put sniff in a rex, and I slang that bobby

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