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sissy

noun as in timid or cowardly person

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Example Sentences

People were falling down behind the monitor because we had no idea how Sissy was going to react.

She wanted the role quite desperately, and it reminded me of Sissy, so I offered her the role on the spot.

Mulligan says she found a contemporary version of Nina in Sissy.

Sissy, his sister, is just as damaged but seeks closeness—albeit in warped ways.

Getting to the heart of Sissy took some discussion with McQueen and Fassbender, but not much.

Put it in the crook of your elbow, Sissy, and fetch it along.

Sissy Jupe long ago called statistics "stutterings," and newer editions of Gradgrind have not perfected their articulation.

He felt as if he were walking on air as he hurried home to tell "Muddie" and "Sissy" of his and their good fortune.

He put on his spectacles to look at the photograph which Sissy brought.

Felton begged for one more, and persuaded Sissy to be his advocate.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sissy, such as: baby, chicken, coward, crybaby, jellyfish, and milksop.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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