Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of sester.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When brothers and sesters lov one anouther, they have kidz that spel like this sellur.

    Regretsy – For the Happy Cople

  • The twenty sesters he paid for a bad breakfast only reinforced the truth of that.

    A different flesh

  • He put his shirt back on took out the pouch with his hard-saved sesters and denaires opened the door, stepped into the hallway, shut the door behind him.

    A different flesh

  • He had paid fifty sesters for the hatchet back in Cairo; the marten fur would be worth easily twenty times as much.

    A different flesh

  • "And here are the, uh, ninety-one sesters mixed in with the books."

    A different flesh

  • His stock of money slowly grew, five sesters here, ten there.

    A different flesh

  • He had paid fifty sesters for t the hatchet back in Cairo; the marten fur would be worth easily twenty times as much.

    A different flesh

  • Anyway, 'a warn't like 'es brawthers an' sesters, an '' es folks dedn 'knaw what to maake of un, like.

    Drolls From Shadowland

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