/bool"euh kee/, n., pl. bullockies for 1, adj.
n. Australian.
1. a bullock driver.
2. the coarse language thought to be typical of a bullock driver.
3. Australian. pertaining to driving bullocks or managing cattle.
4. resembling a bullock.
[1880-85; BULLOCK + -Y1, subsequently nominalized]

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