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Siker, Sicker  adv.  Surely; certainly. (Obs.) "Believe this as siker as your creed." "Sicker, Willye, thou warnest well."

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"Siker" Quotes from Famous Books

... was his reply, "except the old lady, and she's sicker'n Jimmy! The young lady, Miss Emory, she's all right, an' she's holdin' their heads. She says she don't get sick. Neither do I—ain't that funny? But gee, this is rougher'n any waves ever was on our lake. ...
— The Lady and the Pirate - Being the Plain Tale of a Diligent Pirate and a Fair Captive • Emerson Hough

... my dagger, and flashed it before him. "Does 't make you sick?" I asked. "You shall be sicker yet, if you do not speak ...
— To Have and To Hold • Mary Johnston

... a seidlitz powder," said Mike Dowling, disgustedly, "and it makes me sicker than one. Call that a man!—that hoss was worth a steamer full of such two-legged animals. It's a ...
— The Trimmed Lamp • O. Henry

... about half an hour ago." Foster came to me and said: "George, you did not make a play, did you?" "Oh, yes; did you not make one yourself?" That made him look sick; but when a friend of mine came up and said, "Devol, you must have won $4,000 in that play," then he looked sicker. I said, "Yes, I guess I got about $4,000 out of it, and I will treat." While we were drinking, the barkeeper handed me the $500 he had won. I gave him $200 for his cap; and then Foster began to give me taffy. I told him I ...
— Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi • George H. Devol

... chuckled at the younger man's discomfiture. "But I got her story out of her, you bet! Nothing to it, though. One of my boys—Collins, it was—found her in that short, dark hall that runs between the Selim woman's bedroom and the kitchen. Sicker'n a pup she was; it was ...
— Murder at Bridge • Anne Austin

... quit their mooring, And all hands must ply the oar; Baggage from the quay is lowering, We're impatient, push from shore. "Have a care! that case holds liquor— Stop the boat—I'm sick—oh Lord!" "Sick, Ma'am, damme, you'll be sicker, Ere you've been an hour on board." Thus are screaming Men and women, Gemmen, ladies, servants, Jacks; Here entangling, All are wrangling, Stuck together close as wax.— Such the general noise and racket, Ere we reach ...
— The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 7. - Poetry • George Gordon Byron

... teeny bit out of the other, but i felt better, only i iched feerful and smarted. doctor Perry laffed when he come in and sed i looked funny but not so funny as old E. O. Luvrin. he sed all the peeple whitch set at one table had it and had it wirse than i did, but i was sicker ...
— Brite and Fair • Henry A. Shute

... it, Uncle Dan'l? is Abner any sicker?" he asked, with quivering lip, as he looked up at the wrinkled face that ever wore a kindly ...
— Mr. Stubbs's Brother - A Sequel to 'Toby Tyler' • James Otis

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