siree


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sir·ee

 (sə-rē′)
n. Informal
Variant of sirree.

siree

(səˈriː)
interj
a variant spelling of sirree
Translations

siree

[sɪˈriː] N (US) (emphatic) yes/no siree!¡sí/no señor!
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Yes siree, eighty-four, and spryer than most," he could hear the old man say.
Siree and Bland picked him up and made their way towards Meliden with Mr Sarkozi''s arms over their shoulders.
Yes siree, you could have taken a day trip in their cleavages.
This wasn't any usual holding hands and wandering round Topshop/Topman looking at clothes date, no siree.
The 17-year-old girlfriend of murder accused James Siree previously told Mold Crown Court her boyfriend had called her to say "I think I''ve just murdered someone" shortly after takeaway delivery driver Gabor Peter Sarkozi was killed.
Yes siree, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are the faces of the 2007 US Open Championship all right.
James Siree and his uncle Gary Bland had each drunk a bottle of vodka just before they say they decided to be "good Samaritans" and help Gabor Sarkozi up off the floor near Dyserth Hall Mews in Meliden, a court heard.
And there's no low key patio and decking in this jardin, no siree, it's all primary colours that look jungle fresh.
James Siree had traces of Gabor Sarkozi''s blood on his jacket, hooded top and tracksuit trousers, as well as on both of his trainers and hands.
The teenager spoke of the chilling phone call she received from James Siree who told her: I''m not joking, I''ve just stamped someone clean out.
Gary Bland, 42 of Bryn Avenue, Rhyl and his nephew, James Siree, 22, of Vale Road, Rhyl both deny murdering the Hungarian national on October 18 last year.