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1.
a girl that is reallly pretty, smart, and funny. someone who you always want to be around, and everyone want s to be friends with her!
Cecily is a girl
by smiley mley August 24, 2008
 
2.
Cecily is a cutie patootie.
Chub Chub is a cecily.
by darrenman April 13, 2008
 
3.
A girl that everyone wants to be around and a true friend. Beautiful, smart, and funny, and is really good at sports. Also has majored in ninja-ness... DAT'S DA TRUTH!!!
That's my friend, she is my best bud she's a real Cecily
by angelcakefacegirlanne1234 July 18, 2009
 
4.
A girl who you would rate 10/10.
"That girl over there is Cecily"
by G-Pants May 03, 2009
 
5.
the girl I wanna be with, she doesn't know it yet though
I remember the time place and the weather on day you said hi to me cecily
by rorymcilroy September 11, 2011
 
6.
Cecily is a brilliant, beautiful, and loving person. She is also a child of nature, as ingenuous and unspoiled as a pink rose. However, her ingenuity is belied by her fascination with wickedness. Her charm lies in her idiosyncratic cast of mind and her imaginative capacity, qualities that derive from her notion of life as a work of art.
Cecily Cardew from the play, "The Importance of Being Earnest", by Oscar Wilde is described as a child of nature, as ingenuous and unspoiled as a pink rose, to which Algernon compares her in Act II. However, her ingenuity is belied by her fascination with wickedness. She is obsessed with the name Ernest just as Gwendolen is, but wickedness is primarily what leads her to fall in love with “Uncle Jack’s brother,” whose reputation is wayward enough to intrigue her.

Like Algernon and Jack, she is a fantasist. She has invented her romance with Ernest and elaborated it with as much artistry and enthusiasm as the men have their spurious obligations and secret identities. Though she does not have an alter-ego as vivid or developed as Bunbury or Ernest, her claim that she and Algernon/Ernest are already engaged is rooted in the fantasy world she’s created around Ernest.

Cecily is probably the most realistically drawn character in the play, and she is the only character who does not speak in epigrams. Her charm lies in her idiosyncratic cast of mind and her imaginative capacity, qualities that derive from Wilde’s notion of life as a work of art. These elements of her personality make her a perfect mate for Algernon.
by Bodacious Bohemian February 03, 2010
 
7.
A small penis with only one testicle. Can be a way of describing someone with a cecily. Also can be another way of saying dyke.
I was in the locker room, and I saw this guy with a cecily.
by abcdefghijklm January 06, 2008