SIR: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for SIR?

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Associations of "Sir" (30 Words)

adoptPut into dramatic form.
They adopted the Jewish faith.
alphabeticallyIn the order of the letters of the alphabet.
Books are now arranged alphabetically by author.
cognomenAn extra personal name given to an ancient Roman citizen, functioning rather like a nickname and typically passed down from father to son, for example Marcus Tullius Cicero.
daddyAn informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk.
The daddy of all potholes.
dameA woman.
A matronly dame presided at the table.
datingUse of chemical analysis to estimate the age of geological specimens.
daughterA thing personified as a daughter in relation to its origin or source.
The heptathlete could become one of Yorkshire s most famous daughters.
dearA sweet or endearing person.
This cost him dear.
descendantsAll of the offspring of a given progenitor.
epithetAn epithet used as a term of abuse.
People jeered and hurled racial epithets.
esquireA polite title appended to a man’s name when no other title is used, typically in the address of a letter or other documents.
The lord of the manor, Richard Bethell Esquire.
fatherTreat with the protective care associated with a father.
A culture which has fathered half the popular music in the world.
femaleRelating to women or the female gender.
A herd of female deer.
gentlemanUsed as a courteous title for a male fellow member of the House of Commons or the House of Representatives.
He behaved throughout like a perfect gentleman.
grandparentA parent of one’s father or mother; a grandmother or grandfather.
It must be a great blessing to have Chloe s grandparents living nearby.
guySteady or support with a guy wire or cable.
The guy s only doing it for some doll.
homosexualSomeone who practices homosexuality having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex.
Homosexual desire.
laddieA boy or young man (often as a form of address.
He s just a wee laddie.
ladyA women’s public toilet.
I spoke to the lady at the travel agency.
ma'amA woman of refinement.
madamUsed to address a woman at the start of a formal or business letter.
Can I help you madam.
maleOf or denoting the sex that produces gametes especially spermatozoa with which a female may be fertilized or inseminated to produce offspring.
The valve has standard half inch threaded male ends.
masculineA masculine word or form.
The masculine rhyme of annoy enjoy.
patronymicA name derived from the name of a father or ancestor, e.g. Johnson, O’Brien, Ivanovich.
The patronymic naming of children.
puissantHaving great power or influence.
He would become a puissant man.
seniorA student in one of the higher forms of a senior school.
Senior citizens.
surnameGive a surname to.
He changed his surname from Kaye to Kasmin.
venerableProfoundly honored.
A venerable sage with white hair and beard.
virile(of a male) capable of copulation.
A new and virile leadership.
womanA disrespectful form of address to a woman.
A drawing of a young woman.
Associations of "Sir" (30 Words)

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