noun wick·er \ˈwi-kər\

: thin twigs or sticks that are woven together to make furniture and baskets

Full Definition of WICKER

:  a small pliant twig or branch (as of osier) :  withe
a :  wickerwork
b :  something made of wicker
wicker adjective

Origin of WICKER

Middle English wiker, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Swedish dialect vikker willow, Old Norse veikr weak — more at weak
First Known Use: 14th century


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