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sic passim

adverb sic pas·sim \ˈsik-ˈpa-səm, ˈsēk-ˈpä-sim\

Definition of SIC PASSIM

:  so throughout —used of a word or idea to be found throughout a book or a writer's work

Origin of SIC PASSIM

Latin
First Known Use: circa 1921

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