Origin of sis
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Origin of -sis
How to use sis in a sentence
According to big sis Kate, she can—if she leaves school behind.Kate Moss Advises Younger Sister to Drop Out of School; Rachel Roy Wins Preliminary Hearing With Parent Company|The Fashion Beast Team|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Brothers Rodham, you may recall, have their own distinguished history of causing headaches for Big Sis.StopHillary Super PAC Goes After McAuliffe in Virginia Race|Michelle Cottle|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Put another way, having penetrated the SIS, he was then able to penetrate the CIA.
Sis Wolf, han' Sis Rabbit dat rickin'-cheer dar, 'kaze 't aint no one step fum her house ter mine.'Nights With Uncle Remus|Joel Chandler Harris
He lugged in his arms, sis, a stove and a bed, And balanced a bureau right square on his head.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
I say, Dink, they both wanted to be remembered to you, and here's a note from Sis.The Varmint|Owen Johnson
"She didn't drag me out, Sis; it was I who suggested it," interposed Horace.The Nicest Girl in the School|Angela Brazil
Agamogenesis, a-gam-o-jen′e-sis, n. reproduction without sex, found among lower animals and in plants.