- v. present participle of antic.
“Jerry no more than cocked a contemptuous quizzical eye at the mainsail anticking above him.”
“And so she looked very hard at the hungry anticking rooks, both to secure time for recovery of her equanimity, and also to spare Richard smallest suspicion that she avoided beholding his advance and installation.”
“She fixed her eyes upon the small prophets and patriarchs anticking upon the hearth.”
“But when you opened the door "-- she paused, her face very grave, yet with a smile on it, as she looked away at the little figures anticking upon the hearth.”
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