Snick Definition

snĭk
snicks
verb
snicks
To cut with short strokes; snip.
Snicked off a corner of the material.
American Heritage
To cut slightly; nick.
Webster's New World
To hit (the ball) a glancing blow.
Webster's New World
To cause to click.
Webster's New World
To make a click.
Webster's New World
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noun
snicks
A small cut or notch; nick.
Webster's New World
A glancing blow.
Webster's New World
A click or clicking sound.
Webster's New World
(cricket) A small deflection of the ball off the side of the bat; often carries to the wicketkeeper for a catch.
Wiktionary
Wiktionary
Synonyms:
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Other Word Forms of Snick

Noun

Singular:
snick
Plural:
snicks

Origin of Snick

  • Probably from snick or snee.

    From Wiktionary

  • Origin unknown

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

  • Imitative.

    From Wiktionary

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