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It looks to me as if twould be pretty good business to dicker with him. Yet the men had an ineradicable propensity to dicker among themselves. Dicker, I want you to bring in a bill to make Fastburg the only capital.
Dicker definition of dicker by The Free Dictionary.
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Urban Dictionary: dicker.
A dumbass; a faggot. That Dicker loves anal. by xxxxxxxxxkillyou May 24, 2005. Get a dicker mug for your brother Günter. a verb meaning to satisfy or end an argument with the little woman." Don't' argue with your wife, dicker."
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dicker Definition of dicker in English by Oxford Dictionaries. English logo. Oxford University Press logo.
For my money, the whole point of making/charging the sigil is to dicker around with one's' subconscious mind, and thus dicker around with causality. Early 19th century originally US: perhaps from obsolete dicker set of ten hides, used as a unit of trade, based on Latin decem ten.
Dicker definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Word origin of dicker. dicker, ten, ten hides as a unit of barter ME dycer, akin to Du daker, Ger decher, Dan deger, ult. L decuria, a division of ten decem, ten. Trends of dicker. dicker is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary.
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In 2010, at the age of 25, Dicker won the Prix des Ecrivains Genevois Geneva Writers Prize, a prestigious prize for unpublished manuscripts. Subsequently, the Parisian editor Bernard de Fallois acquired Dicker's' winning submission, Les Derniers Jours de Nos Pères The Final Days of our Fathers, and published it in early 2012.
DICKER meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
He should have been trying to defeat that evil organisation rather than dicker with those who share its objectives. No doubt there will be dickering backwards and forwards. It is not a question of dickering. Dicker was ordained deacon in 1879 and priest in 1880. Translations of dicker.
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1856, John Greenleaf Whittier, The" Panorama" 4 Grant that the Norths insulted, scorned, betrayed, O'erreached' in bargains with her neighbor made, When selfish thrift and party held the scales For peddling dicker, not for honest sales, Whom shall we strike?
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Word Origin and History for dicker. haggle, bargain in a petty way, 1802, American English, perhaps from dicker n. a" unit or package of tens, especially hides attested from late 13c, perhaps from Latin decuria parcel" of ten" supposedly a unit of barter on the Roman frontier; cf.
dicker Dictionary Definition: Vocabulary.com.
When you dicker, you negotiate, often with some arguing or going back and forth. Your new dog walker might dicker with you over how many walks your dog needs each day, and a savvy kid will dicker with her grandmother over how many cookies she's' allowed to have after lunch.

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