from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Diminutive of sis, 2.
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- proper noun A
diminutiveof the female given name Cecilia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a timid man or boy considered childish or unassertive
- adjective having unsuitable feminine qualities
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In the 11 years since then, I've been working in communications for the LGBTQ movement and tattooed the word "Sissy" on my arm, and my own father began coming out as gay after his own suicide attempt.
Sissy is an MD, co-editor of the French SF magazine Galaxies, and a writer.
I fully anticipate a heads-up when things heat-up in 'Sissy Hands'.
Sissy is the glue who holds the story line together as a lowly Worker caste becomes the Temple High Priestess; she and readers learn on the job what she is supposed to perform and as important what to do regarding the future threat to and the ancient history of the planet.
Sissy is the secretary, who provides sex education.
My missus had three chillun: Mary, we call her Sissy 'cause she de oldest, then Sally and Willie.
Rather, the name Sissy Wish implies a combination of playfulness and wistfulness -- two qualities in good supply on Ålberg's third full-length.
"Sissy" -- who I met and dated at Myrtle Beach for a year before I left there.
Instead, she pretended that you had already arrived, carrying around her favorite doll and calling her Sissy.
He is actively seeking a publisher for his short-story collection called The Sissy Chronicles.