Definition of wicker in English:

wicker

Syllabification: wick·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwikər
 
/

noun

Pliable twigs, typically of willow, plaited or woven to make items such as furniture and baskets: [as modifier]: a wicker chair
More example sentences
  • Each has a balcony, complete with wicker chairs and a hammock - many guests choose to sleep in the latter.
  • Glancing around the porch she saw new wicker furniture that went well with the old home.
  • The only complaint is that the flat is not edgy enough (it has wicker furniture).

Origin

Middle English: of Scandinavian origin; compare with Swedish viker 'willow'; related to vika 'to bend'.

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