Definition of Licker. Meaning of Licker. Synonyms of Licker

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Definition of Licker

Licker
Licker Lick"er (l[i^]k"[~e]r), n. [Cf. Lecher.] One who, or that which, licks. Licker in (Carding Machine), the drum, or cylinder, by which the lap is taken from the feed rollers.

Meaning of Licker from wikipedia

- The Lick is a commonly used jazz lick (a stock musical pattern), regarded as "the most famous jazz cliche ever". It has been po****rised as it is easily...
- named after James Lick Lick Township, Jackson County, Ohio, United States Lick (surname), people with "Lick" as a surname Dennis Lick (born 1954), American...
- Brain Licker is a type of confectionery manufactured by Key Enterprises. It is typically sold in small bottles plugged with a ball which revolves when...
- "Lick It" is a song recorded by American dance music group 20 Fingers featuring singer Roula. It was released in February 1995 as the second single from...
- depicted in Toriyama Sekien's Gazu Hyakki Yagyō. Meaning "filth licker", they are stated to lick the filth that collects in bathtubs and bathrooms. In cl****ical...
- A mineral lick (also known as a salt lick) is a place where animals can go to lick essential mineral nutrients from a deposit of salts and other minerals...
- Tanner & His Skillet Lickers : A Corn Licker Still in Georgia - Voyager VRLP-303 (197?), reissued as VRCD-303 (1997) The Skillet Lickers : Complete Recorded...
- A lick granuloma, also known as acral lick dermatitis, is a skin disorder found most commonly in dogs, but also in cats. In dogs, it results typically...
- Roland Licker (February 3, 1932 – January 6, 1974) was a Luxembourgian sprint canoer who competed in the early 1950s. He was born in Luxembourg City. At...
- A vacuum engine (also called flame-licker engine, flame-engine, flame-dancer) derives its force from air pressure against one side of the piston, which...
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