Definition of Rickles

1. rickle [n] - See also: rickle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rickles

rickettsiological
rickettsiology
rickettsioses
rickettsiosis
rickettsiostatic
ricketty
rickety
rickey
rickeys
ricking
rickle
rickle o' banes
rickle o' bones
rickle of banes
rickle of bones
rickles (current term)
rickly
rickrack
rickracks
rickroll
rickrolled
rickrolling
rickrolls
ricks
ricksha
rickshas
rickshaw
rickshawed
rickshawing
rickshawlike

Literary usage of Rickles

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1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1899)
"rickles!" This remark I knew would be final. rickles was my pet name for him, and he could never resist it. He had been taught to associate it with ..."

2. The Complete Works of Robert Burns (self-interpreting) by Robert Burns (1886)
"Nor kick your rickles aff their legs. Riddle, instrument for separating the short straws from the , corn. Rief, or reef, plenty. Rief-randies, men who take ..."

3. Manuals of Emergency Legislation: War Material Supplies Manual by Great Britain, Charles Archer Cook (1918)
"... barts," " rickles ") or " hute." While the flax is being dried by any of the foregoing methods it shall be turned carefully at intervals of not less ..."

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