cissy


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cissy

(ˈsɪsɪ)
n
a variant spelling of sissy
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cissy - having unsuitable feminine qualities
unmanful, unmanlike, unmanly - not possessing qualities befitting a man
Translations

cissy

[ˈsɪsɪ] Nmariquita m

cissy

[ˈsɪsɪ] n (fam) → femminuccia
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Cissy Roberts was left with a urine and faeces-soaked carpet until her daughter Susan Latham, 63, came to remove it.
If memory serves me right, KP had a bit of a cissy fit over the way he was spoken to in the English dressing room but is obviously fully supportive of a little bit of rudeness out in the middle.
There had been reports of a miraculous recovery, but Cissy Houston, 81, revealed: "She's the same, she's not progressing at all.
Whitney's mum Cissy and sister Pat are understood to believe it is time to turn off her life support, but Bobby is said to disagree.
After 260 years One of my favourite TV programmes ever JK Rowling joins fans lamenting Jon Stewart leaving the Daily Show To the five Scottish women who poured love into me: my great aunts May, Mary and Cissy, my grandmother Flora And my mother Anne.
They were believed to have decided to turn off her life support machine, only waiting for grandma Cissy to arrive in hospital to say a final goodbye to her beloved grand-daughter.
But for me, the most moving part of the evening was the story of Cissy Adamou.
Elsewhere, boyband The Vamps will be appear at a school assembly in Cobham, Surrey, unbeknown to 15-year-old Teenager Of Courage Cissy Adamou, who has worked with The Little Princess Trust.
Washington, July 24 ( ANI ): Whitney Houston's mom, Cissy Houston, said that she and her family are not in favour of the upcoming biopic based on the late singer.
ree of the residents, Reggie, Cissy and Wilf - ex soloists - have formed a cabal whose equilibrium is threatened by the arrival of Jean, an ex-diva who is also an ex-husband of Reggie.
He starred in his own TV show appearing in drag in sketches with Roy Barraclough as grumpy old women Cissy and Ada.
A special ceremony was attended by her mother, Cissy Houston, brothers Michael and Gary Houston and former manager Pat Houston.