Definition of Siffles

1. siffle [v] - See also: siffle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siffles

sievert
sieverts
sieves
sievesful
sieveyer
sieving
sieze
siezed
siezes
siezing
sifac
sifaka
sifakas
siffle
siffled
siffles (current term)
siffleur
siffleurs
siffling
sifilet
sifilets
sift
siftability
siftable
sifted
sifter
sifters
sifting
siftings
siftproof

Literary usage of Siffles

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1. In the Arena: Stories of Political Life by Booth Tarkington (1905)
"He walked along with me, Link and the others following a little way behind; but Hugo siffles, of course, walking with us, partly to listen and ..."

2. In the Arena: Stories of Political Life by Booth Tarkington (1905)
"He walked along with me, Link and the others following a little way behind; but Hugo siffles, of course, walking with us, partly to listen and ..."

3. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"IX Still doth his soul's vague longing skim The pool beloved: he hears the hiss That siffles at the sedgy rim, Recalling days of former bliss, ..."

4. Journal of the American Medical Association by American Medical Association (1890)
"... close Confinement a Big part of three or four years to hear the Nonsens which is thear peddled out to them consumtion siffles and Skin Disease Runn Wild ..."

5. The Nineteenth Century (1890)
"It was at the house of Gustave Flaubert, who had instituted little Sunday dinners of four or five, which he quaintly called ' les diners des auteurs siffles ..."

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