Word Origin for sile
Examples from the Web for sile
Sile was not exactly a hero when he reached camp, but he was an uncommonly hungry boy.
Sile, you put that dipper in that milk agin, an' I'll whack you till your head'll swim!Other Main-Travelled Roads|Hamlin Garland
Ef your sile is rich and fertile, then youse kin plant as soon as it is smoothed out.Natalie: A Garden Scout|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
He somehow overlooked the fact that he had never practised much with one, while Sile belonged to the race that made them.
Protrud′able, Protru′sile, protractile; Protru′sible, able to be protruded.