out sister


noun
  1. a member of a community of nuns who performs tasks in the outside world on behalf of the community

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How to use out sister in a sentence

  • I do not like to hear you speak so disrespectfully of out sister, whom I am sure you love as tenderly as I do myself.

    Precaution | James Fenimore Cooper
  • On Monday morning he routed out sister and Mr. Camp at daybreak.

    Hiram The Young Farmer | Burbank L. Todd
  • It is not too late for me to make amends and carry out sister Bertha's wishes.

    The Hazeley Family | A. E. Johnson