ick

interjection \ ˈik \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of ick

used to express disgust at something unpleasant or offensive
  • Together we dragged [the fish] flopping on the grassy bank, where it smacked its tail and made Lecia sidestep with an odd daintiness. She actually said ick.
  • —Mary Karr

First Known Use of ick

1967

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ick

medical Definition of ick

  • variant of

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