reechy

reechy

[ree-chee]
adjective, reechier, reechiest. Archaic.
1.
smoky or sooty.
2.
squalid or filthy.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English, equivalent to reech (dialectal variant of reek) + -y1

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