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ecky

a. (context slang English) Anything mass-produced and made to be affordable, with no regards to quality or craftsmanship.

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Usage examples of "ecky".

It was Ecky, scrambling up the slope, who got Per's attention by slapping at his wounded leg and then holding up his hand, black with blood.

If it hadn't been for Sweet Milk and Ecky, his own head, hacked from his body, could easily have been dangling from someone's hand.

Before he reached them, Ecky and Sim had called out, angrily, that the May was hurt.

As far as he could understand, Ecky and Sim were inviting him to take his pick.

Finding the door of his parents' room locked, Per wrenched at the handle and rattled it while Ecky, sighing, got to his feet.

Beyond Ecky were horses--and grass, and the legs and boots of other men.

My freens ca' me Ecky, and whiles SpEcky, for I wear glesses, being weak i' the sicht.