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dickens

noun dick·ens \ˈdi-kənz\

Definition of DICKENS

:  devil, deuce

Origin of DICKENS

euphemism
First Known Use: 1598

Rhymes with DICKENS

Dickens

biographical name Dick·ens \ˈdi-kənz\

Definition of DICKENS

Charles John Huffam 1812–1870 pseud. Boz \ˈbäz, ˈbōz\ Eng. nov.
Dick·en·si·an \di-ˈken-zē-ən, -sē-\ adjective

Rhymes with DICKENS

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