Definition of Saint nick

1. Noun. The legendary patron saint of children; an imaginary being who is thought to bring presents to children at Christmas.




Definition of Saint nick

1. Proper noun. Santa Claus ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saint Nick

Saint Louis
Saint Lucia
Saint Lucian
Saint Lucian Creole French
Saint Lucians
Saint Luke
Saint Maarten
Saint Mark
Saint Martin
Saint Martin's summer
Saint Mary
Saint Matthew
Saint Matthew the Apostle
Saint Monday
Saint Nicholas
Saint Nick
Saint Olaf
Saint Olav
Saint Paddy's
Saint Patrick
Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Paul
Saint Peter
Saint Peter's wreath
Saint Peter Port
Saint Peter the Apostle
Saint Petersburg
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Thomas
Saint Thomas Aquinas

Literary usage of Saint nick

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1. Christmas Entertainments: Containing Fancy Drills, Acrostics, Motion Songs by Alice Maude Kellogg (1918)
"saint nick. By MNB (For the youngest pupil to recite.) When cold the winds blow, And comes the white snow, Then look out for good saint nick. ..."

2. Better English for Speaking and Writing: A Series of Three Books by Sarah Emma Simons, Clem Irwin Orr, Mary Ella Given (1920)
"94 WATCHING FOR saint nick The snow was so white, And gay was the holly; The moon shone so bright, ..."

3. Fame by Artemas Ward (1917)
""Perhaps saint nick has experienced a change of heart for the better since that time in the dim and distant past," he meditated. "Why not give him a chance ..."

4. Christmas Entertainments: Containing Fancy Drills, Acrostics, Motion Songs by Alice Maude Kellogg (1918)
"saint nick. By MNB (For the youngest pupil to recite.) When cold the winds blow, And comes the white snow, Then look out for good saint nick. ..."

5. Better English for Speaking and Writing: A Series of Three Books by Sarah Emma Simons, Clem Irwin Orr, Mary Ella Given (1920)
"94 WATCHING FOR saint nick The snow was so white, And gay was the holly; The moon shone so bright, ..."

6. Fame by Artemas Ward (1917)
""Perhaps saint nick has experienced a change of heart for the better since that time in the dim and distant past," he meditated. "Why not give him a chance ..."

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