smicker

smicker

(ˈsmɪkə)
adj
beautiful, pretty or handsome
vb (tr)
Scot to look (at someone) amorously or seductively
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SMICKER A To laugh B To insult C To look amorously who am I?
Sey, Araba Slavtcheva-Petkova, Vera Sgier, Lea Smicker, Josh Shade, Leslie Smith-Lovin, Lynne Shade, Leslie Regan Smith, Christopher H.
"Smicker (Smyth) told us it's up to the boys with the shirt to keep it.
SMICKER A To laugh B To insult C Beautiful, handsome who am I?
"I have six mates, Danny - Dan, Rylan - Sanji, Paul Scally, Smicker, Patrick - Paddy, Connor - Conker and Kieran.
The goal of the game came from Craig Campbell, after great work from MOM, Smicker in the 70th minute.
"Smicker pulled his calf and missed the win at Armagh at the weekend.
"Smicker (Gary Smyth) hit the woodwork and had one cleared off the line and if one of those chances had gone we'd have won, confidence would be flying and everybody would be saying the Glens are back.
ANDY Smith's call up as standby for Sammy McIlroy's Northern Ireland squad for Armenia is a terrific boost for 'Smicker', Glentoran and the Irish League in general.
'Smicker', as he was known to all, was the 'handy man' for the Irish fighters but amazingly he paid his own way to all of those events, and to the many he attended in Scotland, England and all over Ireland.