siserara

noun sis·er·ara \ˌsisəˈra(a)rə\
variants: or

siserary

\-)rē\

Definition of siserara

plural

siseraras

or

siseraries

  1. 1 chiefly dialectal :  a severe blow or attack

  2. 2 chiefly dialectal :  a violent scolding

with a siserary

adverb

chiefly dialectal

  1. :  with a vengeance

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Origin and Etymology of siserara

obsolete English siserari, sasarara certiorari, from Middle English sesserary, modification of Latin certiorari — more at certiorari


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