- a glancing blow given to the ball.
- the ball so hit.
Origin of snick
Words nearby snick
How to use snick in a sentence
There's blamed liars round here snick'rin' in their whiskers, and sayin' that you've backed me down.The Skipper and the Skipped|Holman Day
Now look at the latest returns on the career of my old grammar school chum, Snick Butters.
Why, he would make two of Snick, this Hermy would, and he has a pair of shoulders like a truck horse.
One straight insertion, one snick of a tendon, and it was all over without a stain upon the white towel which lay beneath.The Man from Archangel|A. Conan Doyle
Then the eldest brother cut off the head; snick-snack, and carried it to the chief.
British Dictionary definitions for snick
- a glancing blow off the edge of the bat
- the ball so hit