/ (ˌpɪkəˈruːn) /
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a variant spelling of picaroon
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Words nearby pickaroon
pick-and-roll, pick-and-shovel, pickaninny, pick apart, pick a quarrel, pickaroon, pick at, pickax, pickaxe, picked, picked over
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How to use pickaroon in a sentence
I'll go very fast so that I not say it, for I am only old Pickaroon, and he is fine gentlemans!
"This seems to be your busy day, Pickaroon," suggested the overseer.
When they called him "Pickaroon" it seemed to him that they were making a play-fellow of him.
Men curved their palms at their ears, wondering what old Pickaroon could have to say in City Hall.