Definition of Killicks

1. Noun. (plural of killick) ¹



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Definition of Killicks

1. killick [n] - See also: killick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Killicks

killer whale
killer whales
killer yeast
killers
killesse
killesses
killest
killeth
killfile
killfiled
killfiles
killfiling
killfilter
killfilters
killick
killicks (current term)
killie
killies
killifish
killifishes
killigrew
killigrews
killikinick
killin'
killing
killing field
killing floor
killing spree
killing sprees
killing time

Literary usage of Killicks

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1. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission by United States Fish Commission (1882)
"Anchors, rocks, and stone killicks are used for moorings to the nets. The former weigh from 20 to 25 pounds each, while the killicks and rocks vary from 25 ..."

2. Journal of the Indian Roads Congress by Indian Roads Congress (1792)
"Total authority in Construction Equipment killicks ... OR A BUILDING- THE FIRST THOUGHT IS killicks A range of the finest precision engineered products ..."

3. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1759)
"... at laft, however, they fent out another float, with killicks and ropes, which they hoped would enable them to ride till the wind became more moderate ..."

4. Our Boys and Girls by Oliver Optic (1871)
"... practical seamanship has taught him that killicks go down easy, but come up hard ; so he is always trying to compromise the duty with Old Maid, ..."

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