weird sister

NOUN
  1. (Norse mythology) any of the three goddesses of destiny; identified with Anglo-Saxon Wyrd; similar to Greek Moirae and Roman Parcae
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How To Use weird sister In A Sentence

  • Macbeth had a wife, to whom he communicated the strange prediction of the weird sisters, and its partial accomplishment.
  • In Old English the word weird meant "fate" so calling the witches the weird sisters was equivalent to calling them prophetic.
  • But for me, exactly I did not know the weird sisters how to manage all of these.
  • Macbeth had a wife, to whom he communicated the strange prediction of the weird sisters, and its partial accomplishment.
  • Three weird sisters, three other witches and three murderers figure in the plot to provide on-stage movement.
  • Our Idiot Brother," about a preternaturally guileless hippie named Ned and his three weird sisters, has a title designed to tickle: Idiot brother? 'Idiot Brother': Silly, Satirical and Smart
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  • An odd couple, the father of the weird sisters.
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