nooky

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

nooky (uncountable)

  1. Alternative spelling of nookie

Adjective[edit]

nooky (comparative nookier, superlative nookiest)

  1. Like a nook; small and secluded or cosy.
    • 1901, Modern Cemetery (volumes 10-11, page 164)
      [] it may be a little seat in a nooky place, a spring under a tree, a bit of walk by the brookside or a vista amongst the trees.
    • 1909, Edward Payson Powell, The Country Home (page 1053)
      And so you will find that his whole orchard is a quaint and nooky place where one may not only pick apples, but may saunter and rest.