Sissy Definition

sĭsē
sissier, sissies, sissiest
noun
sissies
An effeminate boy or man.
Webster's New World
A timid person or coward.
Webster's New World
A homosexual.
Webster's New World
Sister.
American Heritage
The definition of a sissy is a timid person or an an insulting term for an effeminate boy or man.
A man who is scared of everything and whose friends all make fun of him for being so timid is an example of someone who is a sissy.
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adjective
sissier, sissiest
Of or like a sissy.
Webster's New World

(pejorative) Effeminate.

Wiktionary

(pejorative) Cowardly.

Wiktionary
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pronoun

A diminutive of the female given name Cecilia.

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Other Word Forms of Sissy

Noun

Singular:
sissy
Plural:
sissies

Adjective

Base Form:
sissy
Comparative:
sissier
Superlative:
sissiest

Origin of Sissy

  • Extended form of sis, from sister (“a female sibling")

    From Wiktionary

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