siclike

siclike

(ˈsɪkˌlaɪk)
adj
dialect Scot suchlike
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The Seuin Seages Translatit Out of Prois in Scottis Meter by Iohne Rolland in Dalkeith, with Ane Moralitie Efter Euerie Doctouris Tale, and Siclike Efter the Emprice Tale, Togidder with Ane Louing and Laude to Euerie Doctour Efter Hos Awm Tale & Ane Exclamation and Outcrying Upon the Empreouris Wife Efter Hir Fals Contrusit Tale (Edinburgh, 1578); The Hystory of the Seuen Wise Maisters of Rome, Now Newlye Corrected with a Pleasaunt Stile, and Purged from All Old and Rude Words and Phrases, Which Were Very Loathsome and Tedious to the Reader (London: Thomas Purfoote, 1602).
The Seuin Seages Translatit Out of Prois in Scottis Meter by lohne Rolland in Dalkeith, with Ane Moralitie Efter Euerie Doctouris Tale, and Siclike Efter the Emprice Tale, Togidder with Ane Louing and Laude to Euerie Doctour Efter Hos Awm Tale & Ane Exclamation and Outcrying Upon the Empreouris Wife Efter Hir Fals Contrusit Tale.
jurymen) on 7 June 1591 for 'Wilful Error' in finding Napier not guilty at her original trial: 'And siclike the said Barbara was accused that she gave her bodily presence upon Allhallow Even last was, 1590 years, to the frequent convention held at the kirk of North Berwick, where she danced endlong the kirkyard, and Gelie Duncan played on a trump.