adjective, ricketier, ricketiest.
likely to fall or collapse; shaky:
a rickety chair.
feeble in the joints; tottering; infirm:
a rickety old man.
old, dilapidated, or in disrepair.
irregular, as motion or action.
affected with or suffering from rickets.
pertaining to or of the nature of rickets.
(of a structure, piece of furniture, etc) likely to collapse or break; shaky
feeble with age or illness; infirm
relating to, resembling, or afflicted with rickets
noun, plural rickeys. 1. a drink made with lime juice, carbonated water, and gin or other liquor. noun 1. (Wesley) Branch, 1881–1965, U.S. baseball executive. noun 1. a cocktail consisting of gin or vodka, lime juice, and soda water, served iced: a gin rickey
noun (Scot) 1. an unsteady or shaky structure, esp a dilapidated building 2. a loose or disorganized heap
noun 1. Hyman George, 1900–86, U.S. naval officer, born in Poland: helped to develop the nuclear submarine.
noun 1. a narrow, zigzag braid or ribbon used as a trimming on clothing, linens, etc. noun 1. a zigzag braid used for trimming