Definition of 'folky'

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But whisked along in their folky exhilaration, it doesn't matter much. The Sun (2009)Soulful folk music or folky soul music? The Sun (2007)Folky harmonising that combines romantic songs with onstage squabbles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At its heart, her music is folky rock emboldened by anthemic choruses. The Sun (2012)It inspired her approach to the song - folky, understated with an undercurrent of soul. The Sun (2006)It has been six years since the folky singer-songwriter's last album of original material. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They didn't do folky harmonies or sloganeering choruses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The album is simple and folky, as his best-loved ones are. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Or try wearing a polo neck under a dress for an on-trend folky feel. The Sun (2008)Each track starts disguised as the conventional acoustic, guitar-led folky stuff. The Sun (2015)

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Used Rarely. folky is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Definition of folky from the Collins English Dictionary
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