Definition of Inwicks
1. inwick [v] - See also: inwick
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Literary usage of Inwicks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Musa Medica: A Sheaf of Song and Verse by John Johnston (1897)
"What means sic mystic words as these— "inwicks," "shots," "pat-lids," and "tees"? Cries yin—" Joost break an egg on this, And tak' ye care ye dinna miss ! ..."
2. A Book of Winter Sports: An Attempt to Catch the Spirit of the Keen Joys of by J. C. Dier (1912)
"A double wick may have to be made, or the curler may have to chuckle — ie " to make a succession of inwicks up a port to a certain object. ..."
3. The Kilmarnock Treatise on Curling, 1828 (1883)
"To chuckle, to make a succession of inwicks up a /or/ to a certain object. Circle, see brough. Codec, the /«. Co//, fo//jr, coal-score, (probably from ..."