- (used as an expression of distaste or repugnance.)
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Contemporary Examples of ick
In the end, the reason that Anthony Weiner is unlikely to survive the sexting scandal comes down to what I call the ick factor.
Except that the ick factor keeps rising, along with the humiliation level for the embattled Democrat.
Um, well, to avoid the ick factor let's believe he meant he put his career ahead of his marriage.Titillation Over Tiffany's
May 28, 2011
Historical Examples of ick
Mine shambre is hard by; ick sall bring you to it presantment.
Ick flatter him, bid bring monies, he should live and lie vid me.
I prede torment her, ick cannot love her; she honest and virtuous, forsooth!
This ending may be the same as the Scotch eck or ick, p. 25.The River-Names of Europe
"Ick quarter" or "King George" quarter (twenty-five cents), bought almost anything.Some Reminiscences of old Victoria