wick

[n] - any piece of cord that conveys liquid by capillary action 2. [n] - a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame
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Wick

• (n.) Alt. of Wich • (n.) A bundle of fibers, or a loosely twisted or braided cord, tape, or tube, usually made of soft spun cotton threads, which by capillary attraction draws up a steady supply of the oil in lamps, the melted tallow or wax in candles, or other material used for illumination, in small successive portions, to be burned. ...
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wick

noun a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame
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Wick

Wick intransitive verb (Curling) To strike a stone in an oblique direction. Jamieson.
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Wick

Wick noun [ Middle English wicke , weyke , weke , Anglo-Saxon weoca or wecca ; confer Dutch wiek a roll of lint, Prov. German wicke , and wieche , Old High German wiohha , Swedish veke , Danish væge ; of uncertain origi...
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Wick

an open bay.
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Wick

Part of a passive hydroponic system using a wick suspended in the nutrients solution, the nutrients pass up the wick and are absorbed by the medium and roots.
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Wick

Part of a passive hydroponic system using a wick suspended in the nutrients solution, the nutrients pass up the wick and are absorbed by the medium and roots.
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Wick

royal burgh (town) and fishing port, Highland council area, historic county of Caithness, Scotland. An ancient Norse settlement on the North Sea, ...
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wick

thread, strip, or bundle of fibres that, by capillary action, draws up the oil of a lamp or the melted wax in a candle to be burned. By 1000 , wicks ... [1 related articles]
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Wick

Wick is British slang for the penis.
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Wick

Wick, town (1991 pop. 7,770), Highland, N Scotland, on Wick Bay at the mouth of the Wick River. The town consists of the villages of Louisburgh, Old Wick, and Pulteneytown. It is an important port for whitefish. Tourism is economically important; the area's famous glass-blowing factory is an attract...
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