Snick meaning

snĭk
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To cut with short strokes; snip.

Snicked off a corner of the material.

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To make a small cut in; nick.
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To cause (something) to click.

I snicked the door shut.

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To snip.

Snicked with the shears.

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To make a nick or nicks.
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To click.

The latch snicked open.

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A cut made by snicking.
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A clicking sound.
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A small cut or notch; nick.
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A glancing blow.
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To cut slightly; nick.
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To hit (the ball) a glancing blow.
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A click or clicking sound.
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To make a click.
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To cause to click.
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To cut or snip.

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(cricket) To hit the ball with the edge of the bat, causing a slight deflection.
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(cricket) A small deflection of the ball off the side of the bat; often carries to the wicketkeeper for a catch.
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A small cut or mark.
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To make something click, to make a clicking noise.
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A sharp clicking sound.

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Alternative form of sneck.
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Origin of snick

  • Origin unknown

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Probably from snick or snee.

    From Wiktionary

  • Imitative.

    From Wiktionary