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- v. To display extreme daintiness or refinement.
- v. To trifle.
I do not finick about fearing what people think of “my father a banker at Brisbane” like Louis.
That's why I wanted to make sure it was nice finick fox.
The ladies, in their pretty language, signalized him as a 'finick.'
These animals, which grow as large as 50 pounds in just one year of life, don't fuss or finick when two dozen lures appear before them out of the blue.