siree


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sir·ee

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

siree

(səˈriː)
interj
a variant spelling of sirree
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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.
No siree, much as I like Lulu and that song she did with Take That in particular, I wouldn't buy her yoga gear, not when it costs around 100 bucks for a hoodie.
In Gotti, she gets to be Mrs John Gotti: the kind of casting call that doesn't ring any alarm bells, no siree, about what kind of vanity project we're facing.
I didn't fly all the way to Europe and back down to North Africa on a bucket list journey just to come "hitch a ride" in one of the most historically and technologically important automotive products that the entire globe had been keenly waiting for with bated breath, myself included.No, siree.
I couldn't live like that, no siree! I couldn't do the things the way those people do.
No one's going to hell on their watch, no siree. Home to bed early, no sex before marriage and no football on Sunday.
Then at 11.47am Shannon Ives and partner John Siree, from Rhyl, were delighted by the arrival of Logan Ives who came into the world weighing 7lbs 4oz.
It's there in many of Loesser's standards: "Call it dumb, call it clever, but you can give odds forever that the guy's only doing it for some doll, some doll, some doll!" "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.
'Every morning when I wake up, I can't stop thinking what problems I will face with him today in my classroom' said Miss Siree, a Thai general classroom teacher.