rooky [roo k-ee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, rook·i·er, rook·i·est.
- full of or frequented by .
Origin of rooky First recorded in 1595–1605;+ Examples from the Web for rooky Historical Examples of rooky
A “rooky,” who had joined the company, stood on the dock disconsolately.
Paul T. Gilbert
The sky had seemed to darken, the air to thicken, the birds to gather in the “rooky” wood.
British Dictionary definitions for rooky rooky adjective rookier or rookiest
- literary abounding in rooks