Definition of queachy in US English:

queachy

(also queechy)

adjective

  • 1Of ground: swampy, boggy; unstable. Also in extended use. Compare "queasy". Chiefly English regional and United States regional in later use.

  • 2Regional (now chiefly US). Feeble, weak; nauseous, queasy.

Origin

Late 15th century. Apparently from queach + -y.

Pronunciation

queachy

/ˈkwiːtʃi/