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Used when quoting someone directly (usually in newspapers) and placed after the person being quoted makes a spelling error. The journalist/writer inserts (sic) to inform the reader that they aware of the spelling error but left it that way as to keep the quote verbatim

This is usually used for written quotes ie. letters
the girl wrote a letter to her mother:
"Dear Mum, I want to no (sic) how you have been"
by luke1111111111111111111111 December 12, 2005
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Used in journalism when someone uses slang or misspeaks and the author doesn't correct it to keep the quote intact.
"Don't let nobody (sic) come in here"
by Goose48 January 10, 2006
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Instead of sick - (sic).
An old Slipknot song from 1999, Self-titled album.
Expression used by Slipknot fans (a.k.a Maggots) for expressing surprise or admiration.
Ay yo, that guitar is (sic)!
Thank you!
by vikxdz April 15, 2021
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A friendly term used by fans of Slipknot (Maggots) to basically say "stay cool" or "stay the same". Originated from the actual song by Slipknot called "(sic)".
Peace,
Stay (sic) fucker!
by a_Mad_Teaparty November 13, 2007
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A friendly term used by fans of Slipknot (Maggots) to basically say "stay cool" or "stay the same". Originated from the actual song by Slipknot called "(sic)".
Peace,
Stay (sic) fucker!
by a_Mad_Teaparty November 13, 2007
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A friendly term used by fans of Slipknot (Maggots) to basically say "stay cool" or "stay the same". Originated from the actual song by Slipknot called "(sic)".
Peace,
Stay (sic) fucker!
by a_Mad_Teaparty November 13, 2007
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enmy show me what u wanna be i can handle anything even if i cant handle you..... (sic)
by john doles January 12, 2006
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