Definition of Sirred

1. sir [v] - See also: sir



Sirred Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirred

sirnaming
siroc
sirocco
siroccos
sirocs
sirohaem
sirohaems
siroheme
sirohemes
sirohydrochlorin
sirolimus
sirra
sirrah
sirrahs
sirras
sirred (current term)
sirree
sirrees
sirring
sirrush
sirrushes
sirs
sirt
sirtuin
sirtuins
sirup
siruped
sirupier
sirupiest
siruping

Literary usage of Sirred

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1. When North Winds Blow by Walter Crane Emerson (1922)
"And then to be brushed, yes-sirred and thank-you-sirred and set down at the porte-cochere of any one of half a dozen comfortable lake hotels is to prolong ..."

2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1891)
"H. down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure of Scripture, viz. that the sirred text was never ..."

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