dicky Betts, alternate lead guitar to Duane, whiles away the flight swapping comic books with the bassist, Berry Oakley.
Duane and dicky lope backstage afterwards to “do some sniff,” as dicky terms it.
By the time dicky Betts thunderballs into his solo jam on “Elizabeth Reed,” people are standing on their chairs, yodeling cheers.
Then dicky shows up, looking for a maxi-length white leather dress for his Indian lady friend.
Duane grabs a towel and mops his streaming face while dicky spoons out the coke.
"And you may think yourself lucky you haven't," dicky added.
In vain the faithful dicky prompted me from behind and Graham minor from the side.
It was while they were sitting around the fire that dicky's mind turned to the remainder of the Indian's equipment.
I routed up dicky, and very quietly we dressed and slipped out.
An' you must alwis be respectable an' straight, dicky, an' you'll—you'll git on then.'
"detached shirt front," 1811; "a small bird," 1851; diminutive of dick, but the applications are obscure in both cases.