Wicke vs Wicket - What's the difference?

wicke | wicket |


As an adjective wicke

is .

As a noun wicket is

a small door or gate, especially one associated with a larger one.

wicke

English

wicket

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A small door or gate, especially one associated with a larger one.
  • A small window or other opening, sometimes fitted with a grating.
  • * 1978 , (Lawrence Durrell), Livia , Faber & Faber 1992 (Avignon Quintet), p. 386:
  • As he did so he heard the shuffle of footsteps entering the chapel and the clicking of the confessional wicket .
  • (British) A service window, as in a bank or train station, where a customer conducts transactions with a teller; a (ticket barrier) at a rail station.
  • (cricket) One of the two wooden structures at each end of the pitch, consisting of three vertical stumps and two bails; the target for the bowler, defended by the batsman.
  • (cricket) A dismissal; the act of a batsman getting out.
  • (cricket) The period during which two batsmen bat together.
  • (cricket) The pitch.
  • (cricket) The area around the stumps where the batsmen stand.
  • (croquet) Any of the small arches through which the balls are driven.
  • (skiing, snowboarding) A temporary metal attachment that one attaches one's lift-ticket to.
  • (US, dialect) A shelter made from tree boughs, used by lumbermen.
  • (Bartlett)
  • (mining) The space between the pillars, in post-and-stall working.
  • (Raymond)
  • (Internet, informal) An angle bracket when used in HTML.
  • Derived terms

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