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Absolutely not; no way. "Sirree" is an informal version of "sir." A: "I mean, would you betray your coworkers for a bit of extra money?" B: "No sirree! I have principles." No sirree, I will not be fooled again!
1. informal A more emphatic way of responding "yes." "Sirree" is itself an informal variant of "sir"; it is sometimes spelled "siree." A: "Are you going to the party tonight?" B: "Yes, sirree. Probably going to head over there around 9 or so."
2. informal Used to emphasize what one just said, rather than being addressed to anyone in particular. Yes, sirree, this new lawnmower will take care of that grass in half the time it used to take! I truly believe that this is the finest pizza in all of New York City, yes, siree!
See also: sirree
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No siree(, Bob)!
Inf. Absolutely no! (Not necessarily said to a male, and rarely to any Bob.) Bill: Do you want to sell this old rocking chair? Jane: No siree, Bob! Bill: You don't want sweet potatoes, do you? Fred: No siree!
See also: no
Yes siree(, Bob)!
Inf. Absolutely!; Without a doubt! (Not necessarily said to a male and not necessarily to Bob.) Mary: Do you want some more cake? Tom: Yes siree, Bob! "That was a fine turkey dinner. Yes siree!" said Uncle Henry.
See also: yes
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.