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n. pl. sis·sies
1. A person regarded as timid or cowardly.
2. Offensive A boy or man regarded as effeminate.
3. Informal Sister.
[ Diminutive of sis.]
sis′si·fied′ (-fīd′) adj.
sis′si·ness, sis′sy·ness n.
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|Adj.||1.||sissyish - having unsuitable feminine qualities|
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