Definitions of sic
a term used in brackets after a word or phrase that has been copied from an original but is spelled or is otherwise incorrect
The sign at the vineyard stated: "Finest whine [sic] produced here".
Abbreviations of sic
The term is Latin for thus or so. The full Latin term is sic erat scriptum, meaning it was written thus.
Phrase Bank for sic
“Their [sic] was no Collusion and there was no Obstruction,” the president tweeted last Saturday referring to allegations that he obstructed justice.
Our president’s son Donald Trump Jr. wrote of his beneficence: “Bottom line with out [sic] hunters …”.
“Government Funding Bill past [sic] last night in the House of Representatives,” Trump wrote on Twitter Friday morning.
It was good enough to fire McCabe, no one argues its [sic] factually inaccurate.
“We were led to believe through numerous forms of correspondence by Caddo Parrish (sic) officials … that we were being hired and were to be on-site”