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Synonyms for lick

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to punish with blows or lashes

to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

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a salt deposit that animals regularly lick

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touching with the tongue

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beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight

pass the tongue over

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find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of

take up with the tongue

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He comes very slowly back to me, licks my hand, and lifts his dim eyes to my face.
While the past 4 years at KPRI have been a great place to build the Lick the Plate brand, joining the Entercom group of stations in San Diego will enable us to take Lick the Plate to another level altogether," said host David Boylan.
It's clear from this picture that he'll also lick the immigration problem
Farmers who invest in lick supplements get re-paid by higher production and fertility of their livestock.
amp; I have more of it as I age, more to lick & not lick as we
My dog, a cocker spaniel, licks the walls for long periods of time.
Phillip Rizzuto, of the American Academy of Ophthamology, added: "The bacteria in the mouth is nothing like the bacteria in the eyeball, which is why we no longer recommend people lick contact lenses to moisten them.
If the thicket is around 30 acres or more, I will subdivide it and make a mineral lick every 300 yards around the perimeter.
We studied the behavior of parrots using a large clay lick along the upper Tambopata River in southeastern Peru in an effort to document lick use strategies for comparison with research at other sites in the region (Burger and Gochfeld 2003).
French Lick partnered with Woodford Reserve to create a proprietary Bourbon for its steakhouse.
If I was acting out or talking up or just being a precocious child as I was she would lick me and my face in front of all her friends," she added.
For those who prefer not to lick on a competitive level, Baskin-Robbins has a second promotion in the works, its Cake-A-Day Giveaway.
Often, a certain pattern or lick can provide the inspiration for something that grows into entirely personal and original musical expression.
If the thicket is very large (50 acres or more) I will subdivide it and make a mineral lick every 300 yards or so around the perimeter.
THE NEW FRENCH LICK Springs Resort & Casino approaches its grand opening in November and soon visitors to the restored landmark hotel will step back into the splendor that brought high society to Orange County during the Roaring Twenties.