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whicker

verb whick·er \ˈhwi-kər, ˈwi-\
whick·eredwhick·er·ing \-k(ə-)riŋ\

Definition of WHICKER

intransitive verb
:  neigh, whinny
whicker noun

Examples of WHICKER

  1. <whickering as they waited at the starting gate, the horses seemed to sense the excitement of the crowd>

Origin of WHICKER

imitative
First Known Use: 1753

Related to WHICKER

Synonyms
nicker, neigh, whinny

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