big sister


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big sister

n.
1. An older sister.
2. A woman who assumes the role of an older sister, as by providing guidance or protection.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.big sister - an older sisterbig sister - an older sister      
sis, sister - a female person who has the same parents as another person; "my sister married a musician"
Translations
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storasyster
References in classic literature ?
The business-like air with which two of them will join hands and proceed due east at a break-neck toddle, while an excitable big sister is roaring for them to follow her in a westerly direction, is most amusing--except, perhaps, for the big sister.
Of my big sister Therese, six, ten years older than myself perhaps?
But Ruby Gillis knows a great deal about such matters because she has so many big sisters, and Mrs.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas will receive $150,000 in three annual installments from the Walton Family Foundation, according to an announcement released by the organization on July 7.
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Dallas United Crew and Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star announced today a first-of-its-kind pilot program to introduce rowing to children throughout the Dallas area who may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience this water sport.