says (used to convey informality or a speaker’s lack of education): Hey, who sez I wanna go?
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How to use sez in a sentence
Similarly, Obama now leads in California, New York, and Illinois by 20 or more, sez HuffPo pollster.
When I told dad, sez I, 'Dad, did ever yer hear sech a thing uz gittin' up afore light to feed stock?'Ramona | Helen Hunt Jackson
On'y this mornin' sez I to him,—he camps along o' me,—'Milt!'
I sez to him, 'Salviated by merkery,—a year's standin',—how much?'
And he looks at me scornful, and sez, 'Go 'way, old man; you must be sick.'
Dat makes me sez whot I duz erbout dese ole isshu white fokeses.The Broken Sword | Dennison Worthington