For the second time Shawnee cried, but this time it was no warrior's protest against death; it was the nicker of a question.
The Neck, or nicker, has become quite a stranger in England.
Some knew it as the nicker tree, but the reason for the name is not known.
He called softly, but there came no nicker of response from the pony.
As he approached she looked at him over the glowing cigarette; and her eyes seemed to nicker with a strange restlessness.
And now, as we pushed along this highway, one and another of them began to nicker, a sure sign that the camp was not far distant.
Rambler's nicker of welcome stopped him half-way and held him there, hot with guilt.
"All right," she acquiesced readily, the nicker of a smile about her lips quickly suppressed.
Suddenly he heard a nicker at his elbow almost, and looked around.
At a later period arose the nicker, the Hawcubite, and the yet more dreaded name of Mohawk.