- 1Utter a half-suppressed laugh; snigger; titter: a half-loony whicker of nervesMore example sentences
- Even Buck shed his annoyance and whickered his concern.
- The fourth horse in, Rocky, a middle-aged blood bay, whickered his greeting.
- 1.1(Of a horse) give a soft breathy whinny: the palomino whickered when she saw him and stamped her forelegMore example sentences
- The horse whickered gently under his breath and Lon smiled.
- She heard horses whickering softly in a nearby stable, owned by Master and Mistress Kaelseen, if she remembered correctly.
- The horse whickered at Tomias, nudging him gently.
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- 1A snigger; a soft, breathy whinny.More example sentences
- His horse grazed contentedly in the small paddock fenced with rough hewn branches, but Gregory ignored the animal's expectant whicker.
- All the furniture in the sunroom was white whicker with pink satin cushions.
mid 17th century (in the sense 'to snigger, titter'): imitative.
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