sker

sker
dan·sker;
sker·rick;
sker·ry;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • sker|rick — «SKEHR ihk», noun. Australian. the least possible amount; smallest piece: »There isn t a skerrick of meat in the pot. ╂[origin uncertain] …   Useful english dictionary

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