a restored Elizabethan mansion near Cranbrook in Kent: noted for the gardens laid out in the 1930s by Victoria Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson
noun, plural sissonnes [si-sonz, -sohnz; French see-sawn] /sɪˈsɒnz, -ˈsoʊnz; French siˈsɔn/ (Show IPA). Ballet. 1. a jump in which the dancer lands on one foot, with the other extended to the back, front, or side.
noun, plural sissies. 1. Disparaging and Offensive. an effeminate boy or man. 2. a timid or cowardly person. 3. a sister, especially a younger sister. adjective 4. of, relating to, or characteristic of a sissy. noun (pl) -sies 1. an effeminate, weak, or cowardly boy or man adjective 2. effeminate, weak, or cowardly Also (informal […]
noun 1. a tall, looplike frame fitted to the rear of a bicycle or motorcycle saddle, functioning chiefly as a backrest. sissified
noun 1. a female offspring having both parents in common with another offspring; female sibling. 2. Also called half sister. a female offspring having only one parent in common with another offspring. 3. stepsister. 4. a female friend or protector regarded as a sister. 5. a thing regarded as feminine and associated as if by […]