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How to use half sister in a sentence
Her half-sister Lorna Luft is, but is anyone making sure Liza's not near open flame or an exposed electronic cable?
Cressida, 20 at the time, bagged the job through half-sister Isabella Calthorpe, who had a lead role, according to the paper.Cressida Bonas's Risqué Film Role Comes Back To Haunt Her | Tom Sykes | October 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Her father attempted to stage an intervention into her drinking, and it was reported that she had a hitherto unknown half-sister.Lindsay Lohan’s Rap Sheet: Arrests, Car Wrecks, Mounting Debt & More | Kevin Fallon | December 11, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
"It's sad [Melissa] went down that path," said Brittany Johnson, Barthelemy's half sister.
I also had a daughter and son-in-law who were about the age of her half-brother and half-sister.
Her ladyship was a half-sister of their father's, and from the height of her grandeur magnanimously patronizing now and then.Theo | Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett
They were to start the next day, accompanied by Mrs. Suydam's very amenable half-sister.The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
Duncan held a faint impression that his half-sister had never been at all partial to this near neighbor of his.Hubert's Wife | Minnie Mary Lee
This half sister, twelve years younger than herself, had come and gone like some happy dream in Miss Virginia's life.The Pleasant Street Partnership | Mary F. Leonard
He had a half-sister much younger than himself who once visited here on her way South.The Pleasant Street Partnership | Mary F. Leonard
British Dictionary definitions for half-sister
the daughter of either of one's parents by another partner
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