Definition of Inwicks

1. inwick [v] - See also: inwick



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inwicks

inward-moving
inwardness
inwardnesses
inwards
inwash
inwashes
inweave
inweaved
inweaves
inweaving
inwheel
inwick
inwicked
inwicking
inwicks (current term)
inwind
inwinding
inwinds
inwit
inwith
inwits
inwone
inwood
inwork
inworked
inworking
inworks
inworn
inwound

Literary usage of Inwicks

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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 ..."

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