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Sicky vs Icky - What's the difference?

sicky | icky |


In informal|lang=en terms the difference between sicky and icky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while icky is (informal) excessively sentimental.

As adjectives the difference between sicky and icky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while icky is (informal) unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting.

Sicky vs Picky - What's the difference?

sicky | picky |


In informal|lang=en terms the difference between sicky and picky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while picky is (informal) a picture.

As adjectives the difference between sicky and picky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while picky is fussy; particular; demanding to have things just right.

As a noun picky is

(informal) a picture.

Sicko vs Sicky - What's the difference?

sicko | sicky |


As a noun sicko

is (australia|slang) a day taken off work due to (possibly exaggerated or supposed) illness.

As an adjective sicky is

(informal) sick; vomiting.

Bicky vs Sicky - What's the difference?

bicky | sicky |


As a noun bicky

is (slang) biscuit.

As an adjective sicky is

(informal) sick; vomiting.

Ticky vs Sicky - What's the difference?

ticky | sicky |


As adjectives the difference between ticky and sicky

is that ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina) while sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting.

As a noun ticky

is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Sicky vs Sucky - What's the difference?

sicky | sucky |


As adjectives the difference between sicky and sucky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while sucky is (slang) being something which sucks, which is unpleasant or lacks value.

As a noun sucky is

a pacifier.

Sicke vs Sicky - What's the difference?

sicke | sicky |


As adjectives the difference between sicke and sicky

is that sicke is while sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting.

Sicks vs Sicky - What's the difference?

sicks | sicky |


As a verb sicks

is (sick).

As an adjective sicky is

(informal) sick; vomiting.

Sicky vs Dicky - What's the difference?

sicky | dicky |


As adjectives the difference between sicky and dicky

is that sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting while dicky is .

As a noun dicky is

.

Sickly vs Sicky - What's the difference?

sickly | sicky |


As adjectives the difference between sickly and sicky

is that sickly is frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill while sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting.

As a verb sickly

is to make sickly.

As an adverb sickly

is in a sick manner.

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