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sirree

or sir·ee

[ suh-ree ]

noun

, (sometimes initial capital letter)
  1. (used as an intensive with no or yes ):

    Will I go there again? No, sirree!



sirree

/ səˈriː /

interjection

  1. informal.
    sometimes capital an emphatic exclamation used with yes or no


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Word History and Origins

Origin of sirree1

First recorded in 1815–25; probably a dial. continuation of sirrah
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Example Sentences

No, sirree, sonny; it don't always pay to judge a man by his laigs.

I never kept a cent for myself, no sirree, Im honest if I am only Jimmy de newsboy.

No, sirree, they're rattlesnakes, a pair uv 'em an' full uv p'ison.

No, sirree, the six-shooter puts us all on a level, and each man has got to respect another.

It wouldn't do for Santa Claus to come down with the sneezes at Christmas-time, you know—no, sirree!

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