licking[ lik-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF licking
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LICKING
But because it was a love-gift I ate all of it and was licking the basket-tray when Tse-tse came back.
Then, suddenly, he saw a great dragon, who was licking a stone.
They concluded by licking the porringers, and were smeared with soup up to their eyes.
He began to make his toilet, first licking his right-hand whiskers and then his left.
And Egbert—by the living jingo, Egbert was in for a licking.
The first thing of which John was conscious was that the dog was licking his rigid fingers.
He remembers to this very hour a licking I gave him at school.
They commonly drink by dipping their fingers in the liquid and then licking them.
The only good deed recorded of them is that of licking the wounds of poor Lazarus.
See how he's smelling at the liquor, now he's licking the top of it with his tongue.
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