sister


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sister

1. a senior nurse
2. Chiefly RC Church a nun or a title given to a nun
3. a woman fellow member of a Church or religious body
4. Biology denoting any of the cells or cell components formed by division of a parent cell or cell component

What does it mean when you dream about your sister?

To dream of one’s sister is complex because of the complex relationship we usually have with a sibling. It may indicate a union of family or the need to relate to one’s family. This kind of dream can also acknowledge one’s close feelings with others who are like a sister.

References in classic literature ?
She wanted to see her sister, but when she got round to Mr Cripples's, she found that both her sister and her uncle had gone to the theatre where they were engaged.
It was a kind of sampler of large size, that each sister had before her; the device was of a complex and intricate description, and the pattern and colours of all five were the same.
I clung to it every morning; I would not look when my sister shook her head at it, but long before each day was done I too knew that it could never be.
But how can I wear ornaments if you, who are the elder sister, will never wear them?
Jennings, that they should both attend her on such a visit, Elinor had some difficulty in persuading her sister to go, for still she had seen nothing of Willoughby; and therefore was not more indisposed for amusement abroad, than unwilling to run the risk of his calling again in her absence.
And saying these words she glanced at her sister, and seeing that Dolly sat silent, her head mournfully bowed, Kitty, instead of running out of the room as she had meant to do, sat down near the door, and hid her face in her handkerchief.
On the utterance of Natalie's name, the sisters roused themselves.
Glegg, with a bitter smile and a scarcely perceptible toss of her head, "I should ha' thought you'd known your own sister better.
My sister made a dive at me, and fished me up by the hair: saying nothing more than the awful words, "You come along and be dosed.
Sire," replied Scheherazade, "I have a sister who loves me as tenderly as I love her.
Such was the state of affairs in the month of July; and Fanny had just reached her eighteenth year, when the society of the village received an addition in the brother and sister of Mrs.
However you might disapprove of what I had done, I thought you would not refuse to help me to find my sister.

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