to percolate, trickle, or ooze, as water through a crack
alt. of Siker
alt. of Siker
Origin: [AS. sicerian.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sik′ėr, adj. (Scot.) sure, certain, firm.—adv. (Spens.) surely, certainly—also Sicc′ar.—n. Sick′erness (Spens.), the state of being sicker or certain. [A.S. siker—L. securus; Ger. sicher.]
The numerical value of sicker in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of sicker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The thicker, the sicker.
Insurers would have to raise rates considerably because they'll wind up with sicker people.
Some of the unforeseen costs of having sicker absentee employees are their replacement costs.
This affects our whole lives and has made Jim, who has cancer, sick and sicker. We need the money to pay for medical bills.
You have to know what it's like to hold down a child and hear them scream so you can stick a tube down their nose. It's one thing to do that when you know you'll have a success at the end, but for Julianna, there is no success, we pulled her from death's door so many times last year, but she's sicker now than she was then, and I don't think we could pull her through another big crisis.
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