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1snick

verb \ˈsnik\

Definition of SNICK

transitive verb
1
archaic :  to cut through
2
:  to cut slightly
intransitive verb
:  to perform a light cutting action

Origin of SNICK

probably from obsolete snick or snee to engage in cut-and-thrust fighting — more at snickersnee
First Known Use: circa 1700

2snick

noun

Definition of SNICK

:  a small cut :  nick

First Known Use of SNICK

circa 1775

3snick

verb

Definition of SNICK

:  click

Origin of SNICK

imitative
First Known Use: 1828

4snick

noun

Definition of SNICK

:  a slight often metallic sound :  click

First Known Use of SNICK

circa 1886

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