Definitions

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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Sheila.

Etymologies

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From Irish Síle and Scots Gaelic Sìle

Examples

  • Because discussions of (american) "rape culture" without acknowledging how women of color have been affected seems just a little lacking to me. media: Santero - Cabio Sile

    culture.

  • So far I really like the song Cabio Sile, for obvious reasons.

    culture.

  • One marina is south of Chioggia in Porto Levante, the other is near Treviso on the Sile Rive.

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  • You were trying to dodge the ball, weren't you, Sile?

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  • "Why don't you put Sleuth onter the case?" laughingly drawled Sile

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  • Sile took second on the throw to the plate, and stole third a moment later, romping to the pan after Cooper's fly to the outfield was caught.

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  • "I rather guess Lela Barker is some smit on him, too," put in Sile

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  • Sile Keene went in to look at the dead girl, then he examined the ground closely, the porch, the letters, and finally investigated the extent and shape of the death-wound.

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  • Sile Keene seemed to think his companion was about to make a full confession, for he almost stopped in his walk to stare at the face of

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  • Sile Keene searched the house from top to bottom, but made no important discoveries.

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