Definition of Minnicks

1. minnick [v] - See also: minnick



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Minnicks

mink coat
mink coats
mink enteritis virus
minke
minke whale
minkes
minklike
minks
minneola
minneolas
minnesinger
minnesingers
minnesotaite
minnick
minnicked
minnicks (current term)
minnie
minnie bush
minniebush
minnies
minnit
minnock
minnocked
minnocks
minnow
minnower
minnowers
minnows
minny
mino

Literary usage of Minnicks

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1. The United Service (1885)
"So good-by, Sister Anne, and try to amuse yourself with the 'jewels' in my absence." If Sammy minnicks had been conversant with his Dante he would doubtless ..."

2. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1853)
"... minnicks and 33 from Reading, on Sunday lust was with bis three young children, barbarously murdered by the Indians, a Party of whom, five in number, ..."

3. Letters and Papers Relating Chiefly to the Provincial History of by Thomas Balch, Edward Shippen (1855)
"... through the country east of Sus- quehanna to the minnicks and Northampton county, where murders are daily committed, and new parties expected. ..."

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