Definition of pick in
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Pick in definition is – to work (as a shadow) into a painting with a pointed tool.
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Idioms and Phrases with pick at
Pluck or pull at, especially with the fingers, as in She was always picking at her skirt with her nails . [1600s]
Eat sparingly and without appetite, as in He was just picking at his dinner . [Late 1500s]
Nag, badger, as in He’s picking at me all day long . [ Colloquial ; second half of 1600s]
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