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sicht

noun, verb
  1. a Scot word for sight
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Historical Examples of sicht

  • There was nawthing in sicht, nawthing to mar the glories of the morn.

    Tam O' The Scoots

    Edgar Wallace

  • Keep on seekin' Him, and ye'll surely get a sicht o' His face or lang.

    Morag

    Janet Milne Rae

  • "I'm thinkin' Chance will be wantin' in—to get a sicht o' her too," said Morag, smiling.

    Morag

    Janet Milne Rae

  • I think the sicht o' her face maun hae been too muckle for him.

    The Underworld

    James C. Welsh

  • She was baith bonny and guid, and pleasant to the hert as to the sicht: she wad hae saved me gien I had been true til her!

    Salted With Fire

    George MacDonald