[ US /ˈsɪbɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪblɪŋ/ ]
  1. a person's brother or sister
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How To Use sibling In A Sentence

  • Even his friends and foster siblings were expecting him to spend a good deal of time in the hoosgow or taking an extended dirt nap due to all this foolishness he was foisting upon the community. Archive 2006-10-01
  • A man came to load it onto the bus as we ran to find Ranwen's parents and siblings.
  • Competition between siblings for resources is widespread in the broods of altricial birds.
  • The potential adopters of siblings are simply not there. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's hard to say it to an older sibling because he often thinks that he is in the right. Times, Sunday Times
  • Charlie's condition is a fluke so the chance of any future siblings having it are just one in 50.
  • I wrote about coming out in the family and about the insidious homophobia of siblings.
  • Sibling-year observations are weighted to address the underrepresentation of high-mortality families in population-based surveys following the general methods proposed by Gakidou and King, where Bf is the original sibship size and PLoS Medicine: New Articles
  • Viewing it from all angles the point is, it is discriminative criteria to reject siblings of non Jewish mothers on the logical basis that no female line could possibly hereditarily claim pure Jewish roots going back five thousand years. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • As such, video game enemies in sibling-based stories are more likely to be doppelgängers, shadows or doubles of the player-characters.
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