Did you perchance mean sited?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sire.
“Does he mean "sired" as in the breeding term for animals?”
“There's another way in which a vampire can claim the name of Dracula - as the sign by which their lineage can be traced to the vampire who "sired" or embraced them.”
“Only now, a civilian in a packed mass of civilians, did he recognize what a mighty personage he then was -- a cock of the walk, saluted, "sired," treated with deference.”
“He told me who the brute was "sired" by, and was proceeding to tell me who he was "dammed" by, but I gave him to understand that I was competent to damn the horse myself, and should probably do it very effectually before I got to the battle-ground.”
“I am sick of being 'sired' and 'majestied' -- my name is Custer.”
“Gary, a sturdy, silver-haired dairy farmer with 32 pairs of Angus-sired cattle of his own back home, fit the bill.”
“The Bonfire of the VanitiesA few years ago, there was a whole series of movies, like Grand Canyon and Doc Hollywood, that involved innocent people whose lives were changed forever when they made a wrong turn off the freeway, all sired by The Bonfire of the Vanities, in which Tom Hanks found himself far from his Manhattan penthouse.”
“The parents, rather the separate human entities that sired these kids, behaved disgracefully.”
“Forty-four Republican senators vowed to block anyone unless and until they were satisfied that Congress would have real control over the corporation-killing, lefty jabberwocky sired by those scourges of economic growth, Senator Dodd and Representative Frank.”
“Stay Thirsty was sired by 2006 Preakness and Travers Stakes winner Bernardini, the son of the 1992 Horse of the Year A.P Indy.”
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