Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of sissy.

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Examples

  • Second, playground bullies who will punch any musical kid to pieces for being what used to be called 'cissy' is it still? dunno and tell them classical music isn't cool.

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  • But his journey was cultural too - from a macho, impoverished background to a world seen as elitist and "cissy" by his own family.

    British Blogs

  • But in that Ralph Reed, or Lindsey Graham kind of way ... he is, well, a cissy.

    Sanford accused of smear campaign against Bauer

  • Judging by tonight's fare, there's little time left for anything so cissy as writing jokes.

    Jim Jefferies – review

  • Try telling a madrileño taxi driver that he sounds cissy, and see where it gets you!

    Anglicizing Spanish (2) | Linguism

  • This leads non-Spanish-speaking native English speakers to associate it with a lisped /s/, and many will refuse to use it, on the grounds that “it sounds cissy”.

    Anglicizing Spanish (2) | Linguism

  • John had a moment's worry about whether Julian was too cissy a name, but decided to forget it: we both liked the name and he wanted it in memory of Julia.

    John

  • If he saw the the wingnut in that cissy pink clobber, he'd kick his skinny arse all over creation.

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  • If you don't do the quad, you're a big cissy, so come and have a go if you think you're hard enough.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • What a great taunt: if you don't do the quad, you're a big cissy, so come and have a go if you think you're hard enough.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

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