Definition of "licked" []

  • To pass the tongue over, esp in order to taste or consume (verb)
  • To flicker or move lightly over or round (something) (verb)
  • To defeat or vanquish (verb)
  • To flog or thrash (verb)
  • To be or do much better than (verb)
  • An instance of passing the tongue over something (noun)
  • A small amount (noun)
  • A block of compressed salt or chemical matter provided for domestic animals to lick for medicinal and nutritional purposes (noun)
  • A place to which animals go to lick exposed natural deposits of salt (noun)
  • A hit; blow (noun)
  • A short musical phrase, usually on one instrument (noun)
  • Speed; rate of movement (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of lick. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "licked" in a sentence
  • "I said I was licked into shape -- and I mean _licked_."
  • "Austin licked at me as I carried him for 2 miles back to our truck."
  • "I was licked from the first drop outa the box -- anybody could see that; but he couldn't put me down for the count."