sisterless

sisterless

(ˈsɪstələs)
adj
without a sister
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Four months ago Wolves were a Long Lost Family - fatherless, motherless, sisterless, brotherless.
A motherless, sisterless young woman of Eleanor's station would usually have a female companion: Georgiana Darcy and Emma Woodhouse do; so does heiress Anne de Bourgh, though she is not motherless.
Yet apparently, those of us who are sisterless have suffered.
You know, sister being here and sisterless has me slicing fingers not onions when I chowder a gray-as-seaside afternoon for comfort, try to reinvent New England, what's passed without me since I'm here.
Krell seeks to elucidate further the ambiguities of Kafka's relationship with women and to rehabilitate Milena Jesenska, but the voice of the sister stifled by the sisterless Heidegger and championed by Krell, who would follow her as a brother, remains locked in silent solitude.