Definition of Snicked

1. Verb. (past of snick) ¹



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Definition of Snicked

1. snick [v] - See also: snick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snicked

snets
snetted
snetting
sneutrino
sneutrinos
snew
snewed
snewing
snews
snib
snibbed
snibbing
snibs
snick
snick or snee
snicked (current term)
snicker
snicker-snack
snickerdoodle
snickerdoodles
snickered
snickerer
snickerers
snickering
snickeringly
snickers
snickersnee
snickersnees
snickery
snicket

Literary usage of Snicked

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1. New Zealand's Jubibee, 1840-1890: The First Fifty Years of Our History, the (1890)
"Clarke taking the bowling from Rees, and snicked the third to lej? for 1. ... Davis snicked Rees to le°r for 2. i,u .!, relieved Kelly at the Hospital end, ..."

2. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1898)
"he added, as one of the batsmen dexterously snicked a fast ball through the slips for ".None ot jour jokes with me," said the old gentleman, ..."

3. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by [Anonymus AC02789944] (1916)
"I put the bad end of that gun against the scar on her head and squeezed the trigger. It snicked on an empty shell. I tell you a fact; I was almost deafened ..."

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