Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of wick.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wick.

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Examples

  • Then I took apart his gun and put the barrel by handy, and afterwards braided many wicks from the cotton that the women gather wild in the summer.

    A HYPERBOREAN BREW

  • Then I took apart his gun and put the barrel by handy, and afterward braided many wicks from the cotton that the women gather wild in the summer.

    A HYPERBOREAN BREW

  • Then I took apart his gun and put the barrel by handy, and afterward braided many wicks from the cotton that the women gather wild in the summer.

    A Hyperborean Brew

  • The two candles on her coffee table have virgin wicks.

    Tina Fey is between a 'Rock' and a funny place at 'SNL'

  • Once the wicks are anchored and centered, fragrance added and your wax is colored.

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  • Once the wicks are anchored and centered, fragrance added and your wax is colored.

    Candlemaking - Pouring, Steady Hands & Straight Wicks

  • The wicks were my next difficulty, and as my wife positively refused to allow us to devote our ties and handkerchiefs for the purpose, I took a piece of inflammable wood from a tree, a native of the

    Swiss Family Robinson

  • Phoebe-lamps were similar in shape; though some had double wicks, that is, a nose at either side.

    Home Life in Colonial Days

  • Apparently a seal develops between the lid and cloth and the space between them is filled with solution which "wicks" out and keeps the entire cloth-covered area drenched in nutrient solution. watering shallow pool gardens

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  • At one of the bio-retention cells, a new product was installed that "wicks" water down to an underground piping system.

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