noun prick·et \ˈpri-kət\

Definition of PRICKET

a :  a spike on which a candle is stuck
b :  a candlestick with such a point
:  a buck in the second year of life

Origin of PRICKET

Middle English priket, from prikke
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with PRICKET


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