- v. Simple past tense and past participle of whicker.
“Her sword whickered through the air, cleanly severing the rider's head with the sound of a hatchet striking wood.”
“The harts that had been hunted here, the witches that had been pricked and ducked, the green-spangled fairies that 'whickered' at you as you passed; -- the place teemed with beliefs in them still, and they formed an impish multitude now.”
“The harts that had been hunted here, the witches that had been pricked and ducked, the green-spangled fairies that "whickered" at you as you passed; -- the place teemed with beliefs in them still, and they formed an impish multitude now.”
“The bay horse whickered softly and tugged at the bit, pricking its ears toward the silver rush of water.”
“Her jennet tossed its head back and whickered at the smell, tail flicking at the insects.”
“Sensing her nervousness, the horse whickered and skittered sideways a few steps, which only caused Emma to retreat again.”
“Their ears pricked forward when they spotted the grain bucket, and Coalwind whickered flirtatiously.”
“Sunset whickered in immediate answer to her whistle, and soon came trotting into view.”
“And when he saw her, his ears went straight up, his tail flagged, and he actually whickered a welcome, pawing the ground and tossing his head a little as she neared.”
“He whickered, as if agreeing with her, and she chuckled.”
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