Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of nicker.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Maybe we can find where Janet keeps her assorted lawn fur-nicher

    eet now - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Sham liberty, sham monarchy, sham glory, sham justice, — où diable donc la vérité va-t-elle se nicher?

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • Molière, étonné, lui dit de le garder, et lui en donna un autre pour le récompenser de sa probité, en s'écriant: "Où l'honnêteté va-t-elle se nicher?"

    French Conversation and Composition

  • Brass warming-pans, which we children called Bluebeard's wives, were ranged along the walls, and a multitude of copper saucepans hung in order of size, glittering with special splendor on those spaces that could be seen from the street, for où l'orgueil ne va t'il pas se nicher?

    A Childhood in Brittany Eighty Years Ago

  • Though Pegasus may nicher loud, keep Pegasus at hame.

    The Book of Humorous Verse

  • 'I'll gie thee all these milk-whyt steids, that prance and nicher at a speir,

    Johnny Armstrong (2)

  • Though Pegasus may nicher loud, keep Pegasus at hame.

    Andromeda and Other Poems

  • Sham liberty, sham monarchy, sham glory, sham justice, -- où diable donc la vérité va-t-elle se nicher?

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • The same speakers who sign up for speaking engagements at BlogWorld or South by Southwest, should also think outside the box and attend nicher conferences.

    Blog World Expo Blog

  • The same speakers who sign up for speaking engagements at BlogWorld or South by Southwest, should also think outside the box and attend nicher conferences.

    Blog World Expo Blog

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