LICK


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AcronymDefinition
LICKLong Island Community Konnection (New York)
LICKLife Improvement for Cats and Kittens (Mays Landing, NJ)
References in classic literature ?
You licked Cheese-Face, and you'll lick the editors if it takes twice eleven years to do it in.
I won't say he'll lick Ward, but he'll put up such a show that you'll all know he's a comer.
Ah, we blokies kin lick deh hull damn Row," said a child, swaggering.
On the first day of January, 1778, I went with a party of thirty men to the Blue Licks, on Licking River, to make salt for the different garrisons in the country.
They pursued, and took me; and brought me on the eighth day to the Licks, where twenty-seven of my party were, three of them having previously returned home with the salt.
They had marched beyond the Blue Licks to a remarkable bend of the main fork of Licking River, about forty-three miles from Lexington, as it is particularly represented in the map, where we overtook them on the nineteenth day.
I could lick you with one hand tied behind me, if I wanted to.
I dare you to step over that, and I'll lick you till you can't stand up.
Well," I says, "s'pose we got some genies to help US -- can't we lick the other crowd then?
At last, by the eternal thunders, we'll lick 'em good
If the truth was known," he added, more soberly, "THEY'VE licked US about every clip up to now; but this time--this time--we'll lick 'em good
For, see you, it was our custom to lick the dew from the oar-blades, the gunwales, the thwarts, and the inside planking.