whicker-bill
 n.— «“If a little thing like that’ll cold-chill you, then you jest naturally won’t tolerate what I’m going to do to this whicker-bill next.”…He moved to the steer and pressed down the hot curved end of the iron, forming an insignia. The steer bawled mournfully.» —“The Lean Rider” by Cliff Farrell Evening Sentinel (Holland, Mich.) Aug. 19, 1960. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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