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  • as instack
  • as intwist

synonyms for ricked

  • heap
  • load
  • pile
  • stockpile
  • accumulate
  • amass
  • cock
  • drift
  • hill
  • mound
  • rick
  • bank up
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antonyms for ricked

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  • disperse
  • dissipate
  • spend
  • uncurl
  • untwist
  • explicate
  • explain
  • straighten
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How to use ricked in a sentence

He told me he thought he had ricked his arm at first, as it felt numb and useless.
CURRENT HISTORY, A MONTHLY MAGAZINENEW YORK TIMES
They built right skillfully, too; they ricked it and they anchored the cribs; they piled in the rocks and braced the supports.
"SAY FELLOWS--"WADE C. SMITH
Dick Gordon hobbled up the road, quite unaware for some time that he had a ricked knee.
A DAUGHTER OF THE DONSWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
In plainer words, he had ricked his jaw, not from general want of usage, but from the momentary excess.
SPRINGHAVENR. D. BLACKMORE
My ankle, I was glad to find, had been ricked only slightly, and was now normal again.
EASTERN NIGHTS - AND FLIGHTSALAN BOTT
Ricked it a bit; got one of the ligaments or something kinked,” he said.
PRESCOTT OF SASKATCHEWANHAROLD BINDLOSS
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