Definition of Tricklets
1. tricklet [n] - See also: tricklet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tricklets
Literary usage of Tricklets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1882)
"... joined by a number of others, and collect into tiny tricklets, but the tricklets must unite ..."
2. Life and Light for Woman by Woman's Board of Missions (1894)
"It only needed that some channel should be opened into which should flow and mingle these swelling tricklets of thought and desire to bring into being that ..."
3. Bird Or Feather Convention by John Bunyan Robinson (1910)
"On the streets we display tricklets, To the weird inhabitants; And create a world of tricklets, To the lazy cranks and haunts. That we equal other winglets, ..."
4. Barbarous Mexico: An Indictment of a Cruel and Corrupt System by John Kenneth Turner (1910)
"At the fourth the strong brown skin broke and little pin-heads of crimson pushed themselves out, burst, and started downward in thin tricklets. ..."
5. Deucalion: Collected Studies of the Lapse of Waves, and Life of Stones by John Ruskin (1879)
"... against which the stream had deposited a heap of rolled shingle, and over the edges of which it flowed in glittering tricklets, so shallow that a child ..."
6. Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland: A Folklore Sketch; a Handbook of by William Gregory Wood-Martin (1902)
"On an unknown path every foot is slow." " Deep water is still." " Face the sun ; turn your back to the storm." " Good luck comes in tricklets; ..."
7. The Downfall of Spain: Naval History of the Spanish-American War by Herbert Wrigley Wilson (1900)
"But provisions we have seen were scarce; water could only be obtained by tricklets and with difficulty, at an exorbitant price ; coal there was little on ..."