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Another word for nick

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Verb
  1. To exploit (another) by charging too much for something

      1. To immerse in liquid for a period of time:
      2. To make thoroughly wet or saturated:
      3. To absorb (liquid, for example) through pores or interstices:
      1. The membranous tissue forming the external covering or integument of an animal and consisting in vertebrates of the epidermis and dermis.
      2. An animal pelt, especially the comparatively pliable pelt of a small or young animal:
      3. A usually thin, closely adhering outer layer:
      1. The skin covering the top of the human head.
      2. A portion of this skin with its attached hair, cut from a body especially as a battle trophy or as proof in claiming a bounty.
      3. A piece of hide from the skull of certain animals, such as the fox, shown as proof of killing in order to collect a bounty.
      1. A product or service that is overpriced or of poor quality.
      2. Something, such as a film or story, that is clearly imitative of or based on something else.
      3. A theft.
      1. A chisel with a blade that has a rounded, angled, or troughlike indentation along its length.
      2. A scooping or digging action, as with such a chisel.
      3. A groove or hole scooped with or as if with such a chisel.
      1. To cut, cut off, or cut out with or as if with shears:
      2. To make shorter by cutting; trim:
      3. To cut off the edge of:
      1. To charge (a party) an excessive price for something.
      2. To fill too full; overload.
      3. To overstate or exaggerate.
      1. The coat of wool of a sheep or similar animal.
      2. The yield of wool shorn from a sheep at one time.
      3. A soft woolly covering or mass.

Another word for nick

Noun
      1. An effect, feeling, or image retained as a consequence of experience:
      2. A vague notion, remembrance, or belief:
      3. A mark produced on a surface by pressure.
      1. Force or effort; power:
      2. A dent.
      3. To put a dent in.
      1. To strike with a hard blow:
      2. To affect in a specified way by striking hard:
      3. To cause to be displaced or unengaged; force:
      1. A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
      2. To make a slit or slits in.
      3. To cut lengthwise into strips; split.
      1. A V-shaped cut.
      2. Such a cut used for keeping a record.
      3. A narrow pass between mountains.
      1. The act of indenting.
      2. The condition of being indented.
      3. The blank space between a margin and the beginning of an indented line.
      1. To set (the first line of a paragraph, for example) in from the margin.
      2. To cut or tear (a document with two or more copies) along an irregular line so that the parts can later be matched for establishing authenticity.
      3. To draw up (a document) in duplicate or triplicate.
      1. To make a thin shallow cut or mark on (a surface) with a sharp instrument.
      2. To use the nails or claws to dig or scrape at.
      3. To rub or scrape (the skin) to relieve itching.
    See also:

    dent

    cut

Verb
      1. A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
      2. To make a slit or slits in.
      3. To cut lengthwise into strips; split.
      1. A V-shaped cut.
      2. Such a cut used for keeping a record.
      3. A narrow pass between mountains.
      1. To set (the first line of a paragraph, for example) in from the margin.
      2. To cut or tear (a document with two or more copies) along an irregular line so that the parts can later be matched for establishing authenticity.
      3. To draw up (a document) in duplicate or triplicate.
    See also:

    dent

    cut