Brother and Sis


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Brother noun – A male with the same parents as someone else.
Usage example: my brother still lives with our parents

Sis is an antonym for brother.
Nearby Words: brotherhood, brotherly
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Sis noun – A female person who has the same parents as another person.
Brother is an antonym for sis.
Antonyms for Sis
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  • Cool Big Sis And John considers Molly to be a cool little sis, and Sherlock to be a cool little brother, or at least a cool friend.
    Source: Cool Big Sis
  • Cool Big Sis: Troy's older sister lover her little brother and constantly defends him from their parents and their annoying youngest sibling.
  • Cool Big Sis Sherlock and Molly seem to think John's pretty cool, and consider him like a big brother, and, after Molly helped Sherlock fake his death, Sherlock consider her to be a cool little sis.
    Source: Cool Big Sis
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