Wicker vs Wicke - What's the difference?

wicker | wicke |

As a noun wicker

is a wizard.

As an adjective wicke is





(en noun)
  • A flexible branch or twig of a plant such as willow, used in weaving baskets and furniture
  • Wickerwork.
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  • Then quick did dress / His half milk up for cheese, and in a press / Of wicker pressed it.

    Derived terms

    * wickerwork * rewicker * Wicker Man

    See also

    * basket * cradle English terms with homophones


  • Made of wickerwork.
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  • wicke