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Sibling combat plays another big part of the big-sib, little-sib dynamic.
WHAT MEGHAN AND HARRY'S NEW DAUGHTER NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT BEING A SECOND-BORNJEFFREY KLUGERJUNE 7, 2021TIME
You are a nice little thing, you know, Sib, although at present you are very unimportant.
BETTY VIVIANL. T. MEADE
The pulpit of Kilmacolm was but too sib to the pew, and both pulpit and pew slept on together in undisturbed security.
SAMUEL RUTHERFORDALEXANDER WHYTE
Sib´yl.Prophetess of Cumæ, who led Æneas down to the infernal Regions, 370-372.
MYTHS OF GREECE AND ROMEH. A. GUERBER
I immediately went in quest of the building he had mentioned—the Akab-sib.
THE MAYAS, THE SOURCES OF THEIR HISTORY / DR. LE PLONGEON IN YUCATAN, HIS ACCOUNT OF DISCOVERIESSTEPHEN SALISBURY, JR.
I long to ask him whether Douce Davie was any way sib to him.
MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT, VOLUME V (OF 10)JOHN GIBSON LOCKHART
From Sibilla, now Sibyl, come most names in Sib-, though this was used also as a dim.
THE ROMANCE OF NAMESERNEST WEEKLEY
Sibthorp, the gifted Sib, ever happy at expedients, ingeniously recommends a trial of the chops.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 1, AUGUST 28, 1841VARIOUS
Think, Serena, of Sib having killed a pirate all by herself and we have not even cut off the little finger of one.
YR YNYS UNYGJULIA DE WINTON
Ye ken his mother was sib to mine by the fathers side, and bloods thicker than water ony day.
THE ENTAILJOHN GALT
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SIB

  • brothers
  • kin
  • kinfolks
  • relatives
  • sibs
  • sisters
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