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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A terminal element in adjectives of Latin origin, meaning ‘making’: as, petrific, making into stone; terrific, making affrighted; horrific, making to shudder, etc. Such adjectives are usually accompanied by derived verbs in -fy, and often by nouns thence derived in -fication. See - fy.
- n. a fanfic
“Firmac praecedcns \tSa. o homo impim, fi fic fervandai necrepugnacJ&Mw» piwToI* lii, fi fic» utcredo, admiccendus: quia poft - quam nofterGalertumironiceibomfiMiia pi - um appellavericeundem deincepsfuo vero nomine, & quafifecaftigans, vocaverit inemifericordem.”
“Author's Notes: This fic is a birthday present for both Caraskye and Soniced Up who have birthdays this week.”
“A/N: This fic is a birthday gift for ageless_aislynn.”
“Author's Notes: This fic is the last of my support Stacie incentive for bidding fics.”
“This fic is the result of too much Nyquil, Vick's vaporub and a fever of 101 degrees F.”
“This fic is a tribute to the song I originally thought I was hearing.”
“Chaptered "fic" is written in a similar manner to traditional serial stories, with each chapter released separately as it is finished.”
“-- but my fic is all CC licensed so I suppose an archive could grab it if they wanted to.”
“Where you take very cold comfort in hoping your literary attempts are based in worthwhile ideas, I achieve real pleasure and a palpable joy not caring at all whether my fan fic is worthwhile.”
“It's about at the halfway mark at the moment. angelfireeast your birthday smut! fic is currently at 4,625 words and I think it's finally done.”
Looking for tweets for fic.