sic (something) on (someone or something)

phrasal verb

Definition of sic (something) on (someone or something) 

: to order (an animal, such as a dog) to attack (someone or something) He sicced his dog on me. often used figuratively The company sicced their lawyers on me.

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siclike

sic passim

sic semper tyrannis

sic (something) on (someone or something)

sic transit gloria mundi

sicu

sicula

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