Definition of Lick:
light touch; little amount
Synonyms of Lick:
Sentence/Example of Lick:
“She was cute, and I could see she was nice,” Ross said, noting how much she and her 10-year-old daughter enjoy taking the dog on walks and getting licks.
Since these “greeting licks” are often accompanied by wagging tails, mouths playfully open, and general excitement, it is not a stretch to say that the licks are a way to express happiness that you have returned.
Well, thinks I, this is no joke sure, at this lick I'll have family enuff to do me in a few years.
Why, Dan Daly and half a dozen of our fellows would lick the whole crowd.
Then they came back to where their friend lay on the ground, and began to talk with him and lick his face.
He stooped and stroked the little animal, who stood on ridiculous hind-legs, straining to lick his hand.
He wudden't know whether I swept or dusted rightly, or whether I gave the place a lick and a promise.
And not a savage had shown himself with the exception of the one who had counted coup at the lick-block.
As the animals drew near the cabins and showed an inclination to visit the lick-block a volley from the Indians sent one down.
Better were it for the Swedes to stay at home and lick the blood from their bowls than to board the Serpent under thy weapons.