“If thou wouldst preserve this chickling secrecy of thine, might one suggest that thou close yon portal?”. From Wordnik.com. [The Earth Book of Stormgate]
The story requireth that we relate that which happened unto six pilgrims, who came from Sebastian near to Nantes; and who, for shelter that night, being afraid of the enemy, had hid themselves in the garden upon the chickling peas, among the cabbages and lettuces. From Wordnik.com. [Classic French Course in English] Reference
The powermower went nicely, I might almost say smoothly, over the stuff cut before, muttering and chickling happily to itself as it dragged the panting gardener, inescapably harnessed, in its wake. From Wordnik.com. [Greener Than You Think] Reference
@ WriterDad – See, young chickling?. From Wordnik.com. [Teaching People What They Never Learned in University] Reference
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