Definitions

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  • adjective having unsuitable feminine qualities

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ` ` I have faith in Cissy - she made some great shots today and had a great game, '' Wiggins said.

    USATODAY.com - Women's Basketball - Idaho St. vs. Stanford

  • Bella is chasing after Narcissa (she calls her Cissy) trying to stop her from going to see someone because it would be a betrayal of the Dark Lord (i.e. Voldemort), who told them to not tell anyone of some plan they know about.

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  • The woman called Cissy Fish had fallen into a cesspool and been attacked by rats.

    City of Glory

  • The woman called Cissy Fish had fallen into a cesspool and been attacked by rats.

    City of Glory

  • Gerty MacDowell bent down her head and crimsoned at the idea of Cissy saying an unladylike thing like that out loud she'd be ashamed of her life to say, flushing a deep rosy red, and Edy Boardman said she was sure the gentleman opposite heard what she said.

    Ulysses

  • "She was a few pews behind, and apparently inattentive, but a small girl called Cissy Jinks ----"

    A Coin of Edward VII A Detective Story

  • McClure Morales' mother, now known as Cissy Porter, did not respond to a phone message.

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  • Also at 1 PM Kspaz Radio channels Kathy Garver, whom Family Affair fans know as Cissy from that classic CBS show.

    Blog Talk Radio blog

  • Sarah, known as Cissy, was raised as a Christian but agreed to be married in a synagogue.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Sarah, known as Cissy, was raised as a Christian but agreed to be married in a synagogue.

    NYT > Home Page

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