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2.
Non offensive way of calling someone a 'dick' or being offensive by crushing a male Ego
That was a good idea wasnt it Dick Tracy
by Curly_L13 February 12, 2006
 
1.
What to call yourself when you are tracing your own penis.
Your roommate, Trent: "Dude!!!! What in the fuck are you doing?!!? In MY room?!? Naked?!?! With MY markers and construction paper?!?!?"

You: "Shhhh...this is some Dick Tracy shit... calm down Trent."
by bigbadmama May 13, 2011
 
3.
to describe someone who traces dicks.
jordan drew is a dicktracy
by Boner August 24, 2003
 
4.
The Act of Slapping somebody's Arms and Torso repetitively After screaming "Dick Tracy!"
Usually preformed at random.

Sometimes two people will attempt to preform Dick Tracy at the same time, This will result in a Dick Tracy Duel
Guy 1: Dick Tracy!!!
Guy 2: Oh my God stop slapping me!!!
by Archbishop Christoph May 15, 2008
 
5.
Dick Tracy is a comic strip featuring Dick Tracy (originally Plainclothes Tracy), a square-jawed, hard-hitting, fast-shooting, and intelligent police detective. Created by Chester Gould, the strip made its debut on October 4, 1931, in the Detroit Mirror. It was distributed by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate. Gould wrote and drew the strip until 1977.
Although stories often end in gunfights, Tracy uses forensic science, advanced gadgetry, and wits, in an early example of the police procedural mystery story. Stories typically follow a criminal committing a crime and Tracy's relentless pursuit of the criminal. The strip's most popular villain was Flattop Jones, a freelance hitman hired by black marketeers to murder Tracy. When Flattop was killed, fans went into public mourning, and the Flattop Story was reprinted in DC's series of Oversize Comic Reprints in the 1970s. Reflecting film noir, the villains' small crimes led to bigger, out of control situations. Similarly, innocent witnesses were frequently killed, and Tracy's paramour Tess Trueheart was often endangered by the villains. As the story progressed, Tracy adopted an orphan under the name, Dick Tracy Jr., or "Junior" for short, who appeared in investigations until becoming a police forensic artist in his father's precinct, and cultivated a professional partner, the ex-steel worker Pat Patton, who gradually became a detective of skill and courage enough to satisfy Tracy's requirements.
by The Centurion October 25, 2014