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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nack.

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Examples

  • Most of the ornaments remained in the box or were put up on shelves around the house or on top of the TV etc., as decorative nick-nacks.

    » Wherefore Art Thou, Christmas Tree? Strocel.com

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

  • The person who comes closest to nailing the location will receive a free prize (nothing fancy, just a goody-bag of miscellaneous deer nick-nacks) from my hunting closet.

    Whitetail Geography Quiz

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

  • I've been to Santa's House in North Pole Alaska, and all the nick nacks are made in CHINA!

    Why Your Wife Will Go to Bass Pro This Christmas

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

  • I've been to Santa's House in North Pole Alaska, and all the nick nacks are made in CHINA!

    Why Your Wife Will Go to Bass Pro This Christmas

  • I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.

    In mexico!!

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  • A disease to which fowls are subject, in consequence of having taken too much hot food, such as warm porridge.

    The vulgar cure in Lothian is to smear the nostrils with butter and snuff.

    November 18, 2008