Definition of Nicher
1. to snigger [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: snigger
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Literary usage of Nicher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annotations Upon Popular Hymns by Charles Seymour Robinson (1893)
"As the storm draws nicher : Jesus, leave me not to languish, Helpless, hopeless, full oI anguish ; And its waves ..."
2. Dictionary of the French and English Languages by Gabriel Surenne (1856)
"... st. niche, trick, basket, bed Nichée, »f. whole nest of birds nicher, va. to place, put —, vn. to nestle, roost «e —, vr. Co hide oneself Nichet, ..."
3. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop, Oliver Heslop (1894)
"NICKER, nicher, the neigh of a horse; immoderate or startling laughter. ... And then he set up a great nicher." Newcastle Fair, October, 1811. ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"NICKER, nicher, to neigh, to laugh hoarsely. To " nicher and laugh," " nicher and sneer," are common phrases applied to the act of laughing rudely and ..."
5. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"Où allez-vous vous nicher, where are you to put yourself? / / est aller se nicher au bout de la ville, he has gone to stick himself at the end of the town. ..."