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  • He looked at the photographs for about half an hour, mumbling something about it not being 'thiccy' un 'or' that 'un', or 'that' ere tother 'un', until I began to feel I'd had enough of it.

    The Gold Bat

  • But dear boy, if you find you can give me just a word on paper sayin 'that hear there is no course for worryin' about your health, then I'm happy because, dear boy, you'm always in my thoughts and I love you fine and wish to God I could have made everything easier up along in thiccy


  • I have thought every day of you and I was mighty glad to get your bit of a letter fearing that, maybe, thiccy place in Devon might have driven your old friends out of your head.


  • Druttledge, on the road to Exeter, a little house where thiccy bandy-legged man you've heard me tell about is Keeper and a good fellow and there's queer enough company in kitchen now to please you.


  • [To CLYST, who has taken out his paper again] Where'd yu get thiccy paper?

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • "I'll take up a buckle-strap to thiccy ol 'God, if' er don't send better weather, an 'then yu won't none on' ee get sent to bed for wet feet!"

    A Poor Man's House

  • "Bai thiccy money, Bagby?" questioned Charles, looking suspiciously at both tenders.

    Janice Meredith

  • 'Thank'e, Jan, no need of thiccy,' he answered, turning his back to me; 'waife wanteth a log as will last all day, to kape the crock a zimmerin.'

    Lorna Doone; a Romance of Exmoor

  • Now thiccy trough, thee zany, and tak thee girt legs out o 'the wai.

    Lorna Doone; a Romance of Exmoor

  • 'Bad job for he as her had not got thiccy the naight as her coom acrass them Doones.

    Lorna Doone; a Romance of Exmoor


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  • Cornish Dialect. This.

    July 30, 2010