Synonyms for rick

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"She ate about half a rick of green corn," answered Turkey, coolly.

But, under the circumstances, I think Rick might have told you something.

The mother-wolf hissed with agonized fury on the roof of the rick.

Here was the reason why the steed had not approached the rick in a straight line.

I want somebody to bring as a thank-offering for Jim and Rick—yes, and for Mr. Ryan, too.

Rick and his wife had gone back ere this to their Western home.

Rick, he never comes home for all night, 'cause he can't get away.

I say, Rick, see my young brother up to the school, will you?

“I hate that woman,” said Rick, when informed of her departure.

The hay was soon loaded on the rick, and then Jerry started off for the other shore.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English hreac "stack of hay or straw," from Proto-Germanic *khraukaz (cf. Old Norse hraukr, Frisian reak, Dutch rook "heap"); perhaps related to ridge.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RICK

haystack

nounstack of hay
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