verb (used without object)
Origin of whicker
Examples from the Web for whicker
Whicker tried out for The Biggest Loser before trying HealthyWage.
Suddenly through the intense silence, he heard the whicker of a horse.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
"Thanks" replied the gentleman and he sat down on the edge of a whicker chair.Daisy Ashford: Her Book|Daisy Ashford
If everything goes by the board, you won't hear a whicker out of me.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
British Dictionary definitions for whicker
Word Origin for whicker
Word Origin and History for whicker
1650s, "snigger," imitative (cf. snicker). As imitative of a sound made by a horse, from 1753. As the sound of something beating the air, from 1920. Related: Whickered; whickering.