verb (used without object)
Origin of whicker
Examples from the Web for whickering
Historical Examples of whickering
His ears forward, he came up, whickering his own query as to what really was asked of him.The Covered Wagon
Word Origin 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.