Did you mayhaps mean semicolon?
- n. Alternative form of semicolon.
- semi- + colon (Wiktionary)
“No one really knows when it's appropriate to use a semi-colon, but I'd avoid them after Labor Day and during funerals.”
“Using a semi-colon says, "I have a thought, and I have another thought that is almost distinct from that thought, but not quite.”
“Sentence with a semi-colon: Call me Ishmael; it's my name.”
“The sentence had one colon, one semi-colon, three commas, and the word "and" appeared six times.”
“Fuck off, I learned how to use the semi-colon; now send me some dirty pictures.”
“Yes you can buy a laptop here, but It is cheaper and easier in the States and you get an English operating system and keyboard -- you won't appreciate that until you spend fifteen minutes looking for a semi-colon.”
“The semi-colon is basically non-existent in North American comics, although I see them once in a great while.”
“The double dash in comics also substitutes for the semi-colon.”
“The semi-colon fits much better than the comma here.”
“I want to remap; (semi-colon) to the above action.”
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