The rhythms seem to approach the wild, unnumbered rhythms of the forest and the wind and the nickering sunlight.
I heard the nickering of horses and the jolt of carts as they turned from the bush into the path.
Her own nickering complaints of Norah's "glumness" sank into dumb anxiety.
Also there was much cracking of whips and nickering of horses along the line.
Higgins showed where a light was nickering back and forth between two rooms on one side of the building, about the third story up.
Silver, nickering softly, limped forward and nestled his nose in the palm of his master.
Old Doctor was quite out of the wind in a cave of snow and nickering for his breakfast.
He dropped to the ground and stood there, quivering in every muscle and nickering plaintively.
And Radowitz had been all nerves, a nickering colour--good God, how deathly he looked!
In the clear depths of the lad's hazel eyes he saw a faint, nickering, wavering light, which gave a yellow tinge to them.