On its way it snicked a neat little chip out of a chair-back.
He snicked down another switch and an electric radiator glowed in the fireplace.
Going through Smoky without expanding, the bullet had snicked into the ground the same way.
Then carefully refolding it, he slipped it into his own pocket, snicked off the light, and left the room.
The gray fox dropped his head, and the bared teeth of the two snicked together.
He let the fainting boy slide down on deck, whipped out a clasp-knife, snicked open the blade.
Mrs. Ramsay, sitting with the mending-basket near the fire, snicked a piece of wool and put down the scissors.
With a clumsy motion of a long hairy arm he reached out and snicked on the button, then placed himself within its deadly range.
Norman spoke a word over the motor's muffled thunder, and Hackett snicked on the electrical radiators.
Every now and then the machinist twisted the footplates round one notch, and snicked the retaining bolts into them.