Noun(1) a small cut(2) a glancing contact with the ball off the edge of the cricket bat
Verb(1) hit a glancing blow with the edge of the bat(2) cut slightly, with a razor
(1) he heard the snick of the latch(2) The person inside reached up to release the seal ring on the neck of the pressure suit and with a sharp snick , the helmet came loose.(3) The thumb safeties snick on and off firmly, yet they're not too stiff.(4) However, old salts may at first find themselves trying in vain to snick the safety on before holstering.(5) The right thumb notched the spur back with the oily snick and click from a different century.(6) He heard the bolt of his door snick open, and he tucked the spoon swiftly into his sleeve, standing.(7) I heard the soft snick of a door as the glaring lights and confused tumble of sound was shut away.(8) She heard a labored snick and felt the brick move under her hand.(9) They would then snick the hammer down and hand it back with a nod.(10) Carried thusly, they may be snicked off the belt clip in a heartbeat for use as a hand-held light, or instantly attached to a pistol.(11) I then snicked the knife closed and pocketed it.(12) It needs only a few snicks with a knife and a touch of green paint to convert a piece of dry mahogany bark into an ornamental fish, complete with the scales and tail-fin.(13) The safety snicked off, the only sound in the universe.(14) It snicks on and off with a crisp snap, not too stiff, not too easy, just right.(15) The blade snicks into place with all the precision found in a Swiss watch - and bank vault.(16) The door snicked closed behind her with an awful finality.
1. nick ::
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