[sis-lee; French sees-ley]
- Al·fred [al-fred] /alˈfrɛd/, 1839–99, French painter.
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Examples from the Web for sisley
In the next seven days, Flores-Williams will be filing an administrative appeal to have Sisley reinstated.
The first time Dr. Sisley listened to a veteran with PTSD describe self-medicating with weed, she ignored him.
Requests from Sisley for a location to conduct the study were continually tabled.
“[Biggs] was concerned and upset that I was somehow engaging in political activity,” says Sisley.
When months went by, then years, Sisley assumed her request would be stuck permanently in the HHS review process.
Both were buried in the same grave in Sisley Grove cemetery.
His colour, by its liberality of application, counts more forcibly than that of Pissarro, Monet or Sisley.
There is no more or less actual composition in Sisley than in other of the Impressionists.
This is not wholly true; but it is certain that Guillaumin and Sisley are greatly indebted to his clarity of reason.
Sisley Grove was at a very early time a place where all the settlers, as well as travellers, congregated.
- Alfred (alfrɛd). 1839–99, French painter, esp of landscapes; one of the originators of impressionism
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