American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A daughter of one's stepparent.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One's stepfather's or stepmother's daughter by a former marriage.
- n. The daughter of one's stepfather or stepmother who is not the daughter of one's mother and is not the daughter of one's father.
- n. The stepdaughter of one's father or mother which is not one's half-sister.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A daughter of one's stepfather or stepmother by a former marriage.
- n. a sister who has only one parent in common with you
- step- + sister (Wiktionary)
“-- Linux, Windows 'ugly stepsister, is now gaining some ground on consumer desktops.”
“His stepsister was the second reason Louddon chased after Duncan.”
“Now let's take responsibility for bringing this poor 'stepsister' into the family of nations.”
“ROSA is the wicked cool "stepsister" who loves pop music, basketball and being popular.”
“If your stepsister is my second cousin, you must be a sort of step-second-cousin to me.”
“Froelich delivered a marble medallion of Jack on August 4, 1914 on the same day that Charmian recorded in her diary that she had asked Eliza, Jack's stepsister who also was the ranch manager, to put electricity in the cottage.”
“He gave this portrait to his stepsister Eliza on her birthday.”
“September 29, 1939 Eliza, Jack's faithful stepsister and ranch superintendent dies in Jack's room at the cottage; victim of a second heart attack at the age of 71; her ashes are spread on the little knoll near Jack's grave.”
“The embarrassing is that my older stepmum and stepsister love this book.”
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