from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of nick.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Notched; emarginate; specifically, in entomology, having a small but distinct notch: said of a margin.
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“Youse fekin nicked because the law does not state that you can start crossing the road using your left foot first!”
Anybody who thinks Social Security or any other basic safety net should be nicked is a complete intellectual idiot and a religious and moral failure, and we can always continue that conversation right here.
Check out this retro-cool Twilight Zone bobblehead nicked from the William Shatner "fortune teller in diner" episode. [via Super Punch]
She brought along a small friend to the panel, a Terminator action figure that she admittedly nicked from a reporter.
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The Queen has her own lockup, it was revealed this week, as Customs & Excise admitted that smuggled goods, fags and drugs had been nicked from the depot - officially titled "The Queen's Warehouse".
If being nicked is an occupational hazard for these slimeballs, then they should learn that not having a cigarette is a consequence too ….
A memorable phrase nicked from an article in the Jpost by Robin Shepherd entitled “New Era as British Hostility Reaches Crescendo”
If a corner was cut here or there, a rule bent, a coin nicked, it was all in the spirit of robust capitalism.
He flung himself sideways, screamed as Dunstan's steel sword nicked his forearm, but it was not the pain of the iron touching him that wrenched the cry from him.
A sword nicked his cheek before the wielder fell with his throat opened, to be trampled by the milling mass.
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