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sissy

  
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      n   baby, coward, jessie     (Scot. slang)   milksop, milquetoast     (U.S.)   mollycoddle, mummy's boy, namby-pamby, pansy, sisspot     (informal)   softie     (informal)   weakling, wet     (Brit. informal)   wimp     (informal)  
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      adj   cowardly, effeminate, feeble, namby-pamby, sissified     (informal)   soft     (informal)   unmanly, weak, wet     (Brit. informal)   wimpish or wimpy     (informal)  
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sissy

  
  ( sissies    plural  ) , cissy   Some people, especially men, describe a boy as a sissy when they disapprove of him because he does not like rough, physical activities or is afraid to do things which might be dangerous.  
INFORMAL      n-count  
  (disapproval)   
They were rough kids, and thought we were sissies...     

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satisfy, suss, sibyl, silky

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