sich


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sich

(sɪtʃ)
determiner
an archaic form of such
References in classic literature ?
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.
What's de use er makin' up de camp fire to cook strawbries en sich truck?
Well, one night I creeps to de do' pooty late, en de do' warn't quite shet, en I hear old missus tell de widder she gwyne to sell me down to Orleans, but she didn' want to, but she could git eight hund'd dollars for me, en it 'uz sich a big stack o' money she couldn' resis'.
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'.