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  • noun Plural form of ickle.


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  • 'I tried to scoop something that said it wanted to be scooped out of its shell with my paw, and my paw is full of per-ickles,' said Painted

    Just So Stories Rudyard Kipling 1900

  • While I'm by no means a snob in socio-economic matters - I myself am one Stag tallboy and a quart jug of Kool-ickles away from the stereotype of the trailer park lifestyle - the condition of the neighborhood was one of the primary reasons why we moved.

    Poppy Mom 2008

  • I that houfes and flone walls were ftain*d b; tiees wept red drops, befmeaxM were then Is and (ickles of the Harveft«nien« hn€f a ftrange tempeft battered (towi iiir hundred houfes in the town

    Brachy-martyrologia, Or, A Breviary of All the Greatest Persecutions which Have Befallen the ... 1657


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