sich


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sich

(sɪtʃ)
determiner
an archaic form of such
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But what is you in sich a sweat 'bout it for, Mammy?
I reckon if you'd ever be'n a mother yo'self, Valet de Chambers, you wouldn't talk sich foolishness as dat."
Ever since young Stiggs coming from that unfort'nt v'y'ge of his, when he was gone four years and a half, with only three barrels of ile, was found dead in my first floor back, with his harpoon in his side; ever since then I allow no boarders to take sich dangerous weepons in their rooms at night.
What a heart-ache would she be giving the young men now, if there was sich a thing as a rigiment in the town!
IT was well said of a certain German book that "er lasst sich nicht lesen" - it does not permit itself to be read.
'Hortulus Animæ,' {*1} and perhaps it is but one of the great mercies of God that 'er lasst sich nicht lesen.' "
The worst heart of the world is a grosser book than the'Hortulus Animæ,' {*1} and perhaps it is but one of the great mercies of God that 'er lasst sich nicht lesen.' "
If you knew how this chap, this Joseph Willet--that's his name--comes backwards and forwards to our house, libelling, and denouncing, and threatening you, and how I shudder when I hear him, you'd hate him worse than I do,-- worse than I do, sir,' said Mr Tappertit wildly, putting his hair up straighter, and making a crunching noise with his teeth; 'if sich a thing is possible.'
and a callin' on the Lord for vengeance on sich!--and by and by the Lord he'll hear
"What's de use er makin' up de camp fire to cook strawbries en sich truck?
It's empty; ye may hev' it all to yerseln, un' Him as allus maks a third, i' sich ill company!'
'for this here compliment; which, comin' from sich a quarter, is wery overvelmin'.