Synonyms for sisters

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They were fabled as seven sisters, and one lost her place in the sky by marrying a mortal.

But beforehand, I can tell you what he and what his sisters will say, when they are sounded.

Sleep did not steal upon the sisters at one and the same time.

At any rate, everybody has some brothers or sisters; where are yours, I should like to know?

It is, indeed, difficult to imagine what hideous beings these three sisters were.

Suppose it had been taken by one of his sisters, or by Panoria, their guest?

The more generous he became, the more selfish did his brothers and sisters grow.

Brunhilde, weeping, walked out from her hiding-place among her sisters.

This inn was kept by two respectable ladies, who were sisters.

She remembered that there were Sisters of Charity there, who used to go about nursing the sick.