[ UK /lˈɪkt/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɪkt/ ]
  1. having been got the better of
    I'm pretty beat up but I don't feel licked yet
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How To Use licked In A Sentence

  • I clicked the 'Live Chat' button, and lo and behold, I was deposited in a chat room with what sounded suspiciously like a chatbot.
  • Slicked-back hair, a bushy Italian mustache, sleeveless Iggy Pop T-shirt, cut to show his shoulder tats - "wham" across the left, "pow" on the right. Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines
  • I didn't know what love was until the three of us clicked like that. The Sun
  • Sam flicked through a magazine while he waited.
  • Instead, his dull eyes flicked disinterestedly from ice house to ice house, noting the plume of smoke drifting from each.
  • With a ‘whoosh’, the dried wood and grasses caught fire, and the flames licked around the pyre.
  • He had his back to goal and flicked his volley into the corner. The Sun
  • I had simply never clicked with anyone like that in nearly 20 years of searching and trying.
  • Sure enough, Fishy tugged the rod back and clicked the button and a shiny fish wriggled directly in front of Lazarus' nose.
  • The peloton had clicked into top gear from the very start on another baking-hot day in France.
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