the state of being a sister.
a group of sisters, especially of nuns or of female members of a church.
an organization of women with a common interest, as for social, charitable, business, or political purposes.
congenial relationship or companionship among women; mutual female esteem, concern, support, etc.
Usually, the sisterhood. the community or network of women who participate in or support feminism.
the state of being related as a sister or sisters
a religious body or society of sisters, esp a community, order, or congregation of nuns
the bond between women who support the Women’s Movement
adjective 1. of, like, or befitting a sister: sisterly affection. adverb 2. in the manner of a sister; as a sister. adjective 1. of, resembling, or suitable to a sister, esp in showing kindness and affection
noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of one of several congregations of sisters founded in 1634 by St. Vincent de Paul. 2. any of several other orders of nuns devoted to teaching, care of the sick, etc.
[luh-ret-oh] /ləˈrɛt oʊ/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of a congregation of sisters founded at Loretto, Kentucky, in 1812 and engaged in educational and missionary works.
noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of a congregation of sisters founded in Dublin in 1827 by Catherine McAuley (1787–1841) and engaged chiefly in works of spiritual and corporal mercy.