nick[ nik ]SEE DEFINITION OF nick
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NICK
Well done Nick, and the divil a betther could it be said if I said it myself.
The case of Nick, although sore enough in its way, was not so heartrending as that of Kate.
Young Nick's Hattie was forty-five, but she looked much younger.
Mr. Cruncher, with some diffidence, explained himself as meaning "Old Nick's."
There was a time when Twigger would have replied, ‘Well, Nick!’
How long he had been a listener I knew not, but he had come in upon us in the nick of time.
He knew the days he had to serve, and used to nick them off every night on his wooden spoon.
When he was gone, Lionel sat him down to dine, with Nick to wait on him.
Stay thou there whilst I call Nick to help us dress this scratch.
Men's voices reached her—a laugh, the harsh cawing of Nick Trenchard.