Examples of sisterhood in a Sentence
The bonds of sisterhood have helped unite women to fight for social equality.
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Ah, sisterhood, that special bond that can never be broken by distance nor time.
Ah, sisterhood, that special bond that can ne'er be broken by distance nor time.
Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter But, even in the face of fighting, sisterhood often prevails.
Her imminent death, and then absence, adds urgency to Thandi’s need to think for herself about race, family, and suffering—and the limits of sisterhood and solidarity.
Alexis Lundgren represents the new generation of The Flamingo Sisters, a sisterhood of female Parrotheads started by her mother.
Jasmine and I, both black, shared a secret that initiated us into a shameful sisterhood.
As the singer of a quartet with three male members, Haines also appreciates the sisterhood within BSS.
The Good: A college’s newest residents are offered a structured opportunity to cultivate new friendships and select a lasting sisterhood.
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First Known Use of sisterhood
SISTERHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sisterhood for English Language Learners
: the close relationship among women based on shared experiences, concerns, etc.
: a community or society of women; especially : a community of nuns
SISTERHOOD Defined for Kids
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