not a lick of something meaning, definition, what is not a lick of something: not even a small amount of something: Learn more.
You could not lick them, and you could not get yours licked. lick at/against• Parker licked at it and stuck on a bit of brown paper.• Deep blue lagoon waters lick at.
no object, with adverbial of direction (of a flame, wave, or breeze) move lightly and quickly like a tongue. 'the flames licked around the wood'. More example.