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skeezicks

n.

1850, "rascal, rogue," of unknown origin, perhaps a fanciful formation. In early 20c. used affectionately or playfully of children.

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  • You're the skeezicks I'm after; we'll soon have the third burglar.

  • skeezicks, who played the big horn, accused the cornet and the snare-drum of stealing his cold lunch.

    The Octopus Frank Norris

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