Definition of Fickles

1. fickle [v] - See also: fickle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fickles

fice
fices
fiche
fiches
fichtelite
fichu
fichus
ficin
ficins
fick's law of diffusion
fickle
fickled
fickleness
ficklenesses
fickler
fickles (current term)
ficklest
fickling
fickly
fico
ficoes
ficoll
ficoll gradient
ficos
ficosis
fics
fictile
fiction
fictional
fictional animal

Literary usage of Fickles

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1. The Statistical Account of Scotland: Drawn Up from the Communications of the by John Sinclair (1796)
"But excepting the making of fickles, they have generally failed. ... generally about 1600 dozen of fickles every year; and fend them all over Scotland, ..."

2. The Husbandry of the Ancients by Adam Dickson (1788)
"... when the corn was cut with fickles ... in fuch a field, was mowed or cut with fickles, it would naturally be laid ..."

3. The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports by Ohio Courts (1910)
"... that there is no other inlet or outlet to said lands of said fickles other than said road, and the same has been exclusively used by said Holtsberry and ..."

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