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.
47am Shannon Ives and partner John Siree, from Rhyl, were delighted by the arrival of Logan Ives who came into the world weighing 7lbs 4oz.
Oh, baby, please come back or you'll break my heart for me, 'cause I don't want to walk without you, No siree.
Some people might say these fans have had their senses of humour removed and replaced with a soft boiled egg but not me, no siree.
Miss Siree has tried to be patient and has talked with Somchai when he displayed these behaviors.
tea cups and saucers designed to find each other again, no Siree.
Even 12 years on, we won't be wishing her a Nadolig Llawen, no siree.
Gabor Sarkozi's partner Judit Galovics asked why James Siree and his uncle Gary Bland had brutally murdered the "love of her life", when he was a totally innocent man.
No, not me," says I, "and if I did, I wouldn't tell you, no siree.
Back then he probably still had the svelte physique and full thatch on top to convince as a no-nonsense law man - no 'baldly going where no man has gone before' jokes back in those Enterprise-captaining hey-day, no siree.