Recent Examples of nickel from the Web
Airlines, hotels and rental car companies have switched to this nickel-and-diming business model to compete in a world where people shop online for travel products and make decisions based on price.
The former Washington Huskies star has learned to hone his athleticism into a versatile role on this Panthers defense, slotting in at linebacker, safety and nickel packages when needed.
Rookie Desmond King and third-year pro Adrian Phillips were valuable nickel and dime-package coverage men and run-defenders in 2017.
Without Berry around, running against the Chiefs' nickel and dime packages became agonizingly easy.
Aluminium, nickel and palladium prices have soared and then plummeted.
San Francisco isn’t even nickel-and-diming us anymore.
Typically, an inside linebacker is the player that comes off the field in the nickel package.
He’d be miscast as coverage safety but teams looking to play big in nickel and dime packages can find a use for Wilson. 8.
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Origin and Etymology of nickel
NICKEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nickel for English Language Learners
: a hard silver-white metal
: a U.S. or Canadian coin that is worth five cents
NICKEL Defined for Kids
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