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draw to pick or be dealt (a playing card). [1/19 definitions]
gather to pick or harvest (plants or crops). [1/12 definitions]
handpick to pick (fruits or the like) by hand rather than by machine. [1/2 definitions]
harvest to gather (ripe crops); pick or reap. [2/7 definitions]
jack (pl. but used with a sing. verb) a game, usu. played by children, the object of which is to pick up as many small, star-shaped metal pieces as one can while bouncing a ball. [1/8 definitions]
lift to pick up in one's hand or hands. [1/12 definitions]
nutpick a small, thin, usu. metal rod with a sharp point, used to pick the meat of a nut from its shell.
palm1 to pick up in a stealthy manner. [1/4 definitions]
peck2 to strike, nip, or pick up with the beak. [1/7 definitions]
pick1 to use a pick or other pointed tool. [1/14 definitions]
pickax a pick that has one flattened, chisel-shaped end. [1/2 definitions]
pickproof of a lock, designed so that it is impossible to pick.
plectrum a small flexible piece of plastic or other material used to pluck a stringed musical instrument; pick.
pluck to take hold of with the fingers and pull off or out; pick. [1/8 definitions]
sandstorm a storm, esp. in the desert, with high winds that pick up sand and drive it through the air.
scoop to gather in or pick up swiftly (often fol. by up). [1/12 definitions]
select to choose as a preference from among alternatives; pick. [1/4 definitions]
skewer any pin or pick with a similar shape or use. [1/3 definitions]
superfecta a bet in horse racing in which a winner must pick the first four finishers, in order.
thumb the short, thick first or inmost finger on humans and other primates that is opposed to the other four fingers and thus permits the hand to grasp and pick up objects. [1/5 definitions]