sisterhood

[ sis-ter-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF sisterhood

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SISTERHOOD

"She never missed before," says a knitting-woman of the sisterhood.

There is a little house close by the Sisterhood where she and the boy could live.

But we have not found any lack of money among the Sisterhood.

They have banded themselves into a Sisterhood, and christened our clergy-house a 'Settlement.'

But is accomplished at the expense of the sisterhood of women.

But self-denial is one of the first lessons learnt in our Sisterhood.

The Sisterhood is open day and night to all the poor who are in need of help of any kind.

Savannah suffered least of the fair Atlantic sisterhood, from the blockade.

A sister may, for instance, withdraw220/216 from the sisterhood for proper cause.

Not 'the cup of brotherhood' but 'the sausage of sisterhood'!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SISTERHOOD

women's liberation

nounmovement for equal rights for women
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