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[nˈɪk], [nˈɪk], [n_ˈɪ_k]


blemish (noun)

abrasion, blemish, blister, blot, blotch, brand, check, chip, crack, damage, defacement, defect, deformity, discoloration, disfigurement, distortion, dot, drawback, eyesore, fault, flaw, fleck, fracture, freckle, gash, hack, hole, hurt, imperfection, impurity, kink, lesion, mar, mark, notch, pockmark, rift, scab, scar, score, scrape, scratch, scuff, slit, sore, speck, splotch, spoilage, spot, stain, stigma, tarnish, wart, weal.

notch (noun)

chink, cleft, crevice, cut, gap, incision, indent, indentation, jog, serration, split.

blemish (verb)

abrade, deface, deform, discolor, disfigure, distort, spoil, taint.

notch (verb)

cleave, incise, serrate.

Other synonyms

Abaddon, Apollyon, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Belial, Borstal, Bridewell, Calaboose, Clootie, Euphemistic liberate, Lucifer, Mephistopheles, Old Harry, Prince of Darkness, Quod, Roman, Typography indention, Vandyke, abrasive mark, abscond with, annex, answer, answer the purpose, apprehend, appropriate, archfiend, arrest, arrive on time, arrogate, ascender, avail, back, bait the hook, balk, bastard type, be in time, be on time, be prompt, bear fruit, beard, beat a retreat, beat it, beg, beguile, belly, bevel, big house, birthmark, black letter, blaze, blaze a trail, blind a trail, blow up, body, boost, borrow, break away, break off, brig, bring in, bruise, burgle, bust, cabbage, cacodaemon, cacodemon, cajole, can, cap, capital, capture, carry, carry away, carry off, carve, carve out, case, cast, caste mark, catch, chalk, chalk up, charge, check mark, check off, checkmark, chip off, chokey, choky, chop, cicatrix, cicatrize, clear stage, clink, clip, clout, collar, come off, come over, commandeer, condition, cooler, coop, cost, counter, cower, craps, creep, crena, crenellate, crenulate, crimp, crook, cut back, cut off, cut out, cut the pack, dapple, dash, deceive, decoy, define, delimit, delude, demarcate, dent, depart, depression, descender, detain, deuce, dimple, ding, dint, discolour, dissemble, divert, do, do in, draw up, earmark, embezzle, engrave, engraving, enmesh, ensnare, entangle, entrap, escamoter, estate, evidence, evil one, evil spirit, expropriate, extract, face, fair field, fallen angel, fat-faced type, favorable opportunity, feet, fettle, fiend, filch, fine opportunity, flatter, fleece, flick, flush out, fly to, font, for the nonce, forelay, form, gammon, gaol, get, get away with, get hold of, get rid of, get up, gild the pill, go away, go off, go through, golden opportunity, gouge, grab, graduate, grasp, graving, grip, groove, guardroom, halt, harm, hatch, heist, help, help oneself to, hijack, hit it, hit the mark, hocus, hoist, hold, hollow, hook, hook in, hoosegow, hum, humbug, illaqueate, immesh, impound, impress, impression, imprint, in due course, in due season, in due time, in proper course, in proper season, in proper time, indenture, influence, injury, intrap, inveigle, italic, jag, jail, jail orgaol, jailhouse, joggle, jot, jug, just in time, keep, keeping, kerf, kidnap, knap, knock, knock off, knock over, knurl, lay a trap, leisure, lentigo, let in, letter, liberate, lift, ligature, lime, line, lock up, logotype, lower case, lure, machicolate, macula, majuscule, make a hit, make a mark, make away with, make game, make off with, make someone pay through the nose, make things pleasant, make tracks, mark off, mark out, mark up, marking, mate successfully, mill, minuscule, misappropriate, mole, mollia tempora, mottle, mountain pass, nab, nail, natural, nevus, nickname, nip, nock, notice, nousel, nousle, opening, opportunely, order, overcharge, pain, palm, pass, patch, peculate, pen, pencil, penetrate, penitentiary, pepper, perforate, pica, pick, pick up, picot, pierce, pilfer, pinch, pink, pirate, pit, plagiarize, plunder, poach, pock, pock-mark, pocket, point, pokey, police station, polka dot, prevail, prig, print, prison, promote, pull, pull in, pull up, pull-in, punch, punctuate, puncture, purloin, reform school, reformatory, remove, repair, restrain, riddle, rip, rip off, rob, roll, roughness, round up, run, run away, run in, run off, rupture, sans serif, scallop, scalp, scarification, scarify, scarper, scollop, scotch, scratching, script, seal, seam, seize, sell, set a trap, shanghai, shank, shape, shaver's bane, shaving mishap, shoplift, shot, shoulder, shredded tobacco, skin, slammer, slash, slice, slight cut, slink, slot, small cap, small capital, small cut, smear, smudge, snaffle, snake, snatch, sneak, snick, sniggle, snip, snitch, soak, spare time, speckle, spirit of evil, splash, splodge, spread the toils, springe, stab, stamp, state, steal, stem, stigmatize, stir, strawberry mark, streak, striate, stripe, stroke, stuff up, swipe, take, take captive, take down, take effect, take in, take into custody, take off, take over, take prisoner, take someone for a ride, take someone to the cleaners, tattoo, tattoo mark, tear, tell, thieve, throw, thrust, tick, tick off, tittle, tooth, touch and go, trace, trapan, trepan, trifle with, trip up, turn out well, turn up trumps, type, type body, type class, type lice, typecase, typeface, typefounders, typefoundry, underline, underscore, upper case, usurp, walk away with, walk off, walk off with, watermark, waylay, well timed opportunity, whip, wicked one, work well, working order, wound.

Rhymes for Nick:

  1. dick, brick, hick, kick, thick, tic, chick, klick, crick, flick, mick, tick, quick, stick, sic, pic, pick, frick, mc, rick, slick, sick, trick, wick, click, lick;
  2. nonstick, handpick;
  3. realpolitik;

Quotes for Nick:

  1. I keep my own personality in a cupboard under the stairs at home so that no one else can see it or nick it. Dawn French.
  2. Every person should have their escape route planned. I think everyone has an apocalypse fantasy, what would I do in the event of the end of the world, and we just basically- me and Nick said what would we do, where would we head? Simon Pegg.
  3. The publisher has told- you know, if these editors, Andres Martinez and Nick Goldberg, were the least bit honest about this, they would tell you the publisher has told them he wants the editorial page to be conservative. Robert Scheer.

Idioms of Nick:

  1. nick sth up;
  2. Old Nick
  3. in the nick of time;