Is sicced a word?
verb (used with object), sicced or sicked [sikt], sic·cing or sick·ing. to attack (used especially in commanding a dog): Sic ’em! to incite to attack (usually followed by on).
What is a scary word?
hairy, eerie, spooky, intimidating, creepy, alarming, shocking, chilling, horrifying, hair-raising, bloodcurdling, horrendous, spine-chilling, unnerving.
Does period go inside quotes?
Quotation marks and adjacent punctuation Commas and periods that are part of the overall sentence go inside the quotation marks, even though they aren’t part of the original quotation.
What does it mean to sic a dog on someone?
: to order (an animal, such as a dog) to attack (someone or something) He sicced his dog on me. —often used figuratively The company sicced their lawyers on me.
What does Sick mean in text messaging?
SICK means “Cool”.
What does OOMF mean?
one of my friends
How do you indicate a typo in a quote?
If there’s a typo in a quotation, you use [sic] to show the reader that the error is in the original source and that you’re faithfully quoting it just as it appeared.
What does Siccing mean?
To set upon; attack. 2. To urge or incite to hostile action; set: sicced the dogs on the intruders.
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What is a another word for scary?
terrifying, horrifying, terrible, frightful, appalling, horrific, frightened, horrible, fearsome, dreadful, alarming, awful, spooky, shocking, startling, distressing, intimidating, hairy, daunting, fearful, disturbing, worrisome, horrendous, nerve-racking, staggering, disquieting, gruesome, troubling, grim, hideous.
What does SIC mean slang?
Indication of Written Mistake
Do you use sic for punctuation?
Sic is a Latin term meaning “thus.” It is used to indicate that something incorrectly written is intentionally being left as it was in the original. Sic is usually italicized and always surrounded by brackets to indicate that it was not part of the original. Place [sic] right after the error.