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sicht

/sɪxt/
noun, verb
1.
a Scot word for sight
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  • Ay, you may be sure I looked quick at the minister, and there I saw a sicht that would hae made the grandest gape.

    The Little Minister J. M. Barrie
  • Keep on seekin' Him, and ye'll surely get a sicht o' His face or lang.

    Morag Janet Milne Rae
  • But it's nae wonner he canna bide the sicht o' a decent body, for he's no used till 't.

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

    Morag Janet Milne Rae
  • The Glen hes thocht me an auld cankered bachelor, an' a've seen a lass leave her lad's side on the sicht o' me.

  • Ye hinnae as muckle o' the sicht as wad let ye see when Leevie was makin' a gowk o' ye to gar ye hang oot signals for her auld jo.

    Doom Castle Neil Munro
  • I'm thinkin I'll see him the nicht, for I'm sair hauden doon, sair needin a sicht o' 'im.

    Heather and Snow George MacDonald
  • If Annie gaes frae the sicht o' yir een she 'ill come the nearer tae yir hert.

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

    Tam O' The Scoots Edgar Wallace
  • It's jist there 'at I canna bide the sicht o't. Beauty ye may ca' 't!

    David Elginbrod George MacDonald

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