In the mean time the commissioner had seized another spear from his syce, when the boar rushed at him.
He alighted, and directed his syce to follow while he walked along the road.
She resisted it to the end, and presently beckoned to the syce, who came up leading the pony.
A syce, or groom, was told off to look after each three horses.
I felt a natural anxiety with regard to the native followers who accompanied me—an orderly, a syce, and a bearer.
She dropped something, stopped, and called a syce to pick it up.
So he had the syce carried to his hut, and then, taking out his surgical case, he cleansed and sewed up the gash.
And I came to Bithoor, and became a syce, and I have been a syce ever since.
The only man who had ever been known to catch the pony when he was free was his own syce, whom his master had left at Chaksam.
To Finnerty's syce he added: "Take the tom-tom back; we'll walk to the bungalow."