younger sister

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younger sister

One's younger female sibling. Yeah, I have a younger sister—her name is Jill. Bella is Johnny's younger sister.
See also: sister, young
References in classic literature ?
observed the younger sister, with one of her arch, sidelong glances.
The younger sister was to be married, and the elder was to be bridesmaid.
You are seriously wrong in supposing that the marriage of the younger sister -- if she could be married in a week's time -- would make any difference in the convictions which induced her to write to your father and to you.
exclaimed the younger sister, rising from the encircling arm of Cora, and casting herself with enthusiastic gratitude on the naked rock; "to that Heaven who has spared the tears of a gray- headed father; has saved the lives of those I so much love.
Hurst and Miss Bingley; and though the mother was found to be intolerable, and the younger sisters not worth speaking to, a wish of being better acquainted with THEM was expressed towards the two eldest.
Expectations are running high that South Korean President Moon Jae-in will meet either the younger sister, Kim Yo-jong, or Kim Yong-nam, the North's nominal head of state, during their stay here.
The younger sister sustained minor injuries, and the older sister, 75, suffered a gash on her head.
Dr Gerry Another mistake is to start lashing out on the younger sister.
Threats The officer said two months ago, the brothers allegedly began abusing the younger sister too.
The nasty scuffle that ensued between Jay Z and Solange Knowles, the younger sister of Beyonce, has been making rounds all over the internet.
chimed in the younger sister, stepping out of the imaginary driver's seat of her imaginary ambulance.
This allegedly led to a confrontation in which Melissa was attacked by the accused, the younger sister and then Samantha who walked in as Melissa lay on the floor.
The younger sister of ``Newleyweds'' star Jessica Simpson will perform on Aug.
This novel, title notwithstanding, is told from the point of view of the younger sister of Johnny, a champion swimmer who drowned 30 years before.
The Younger Sister, commissioned to mark the Princess's life, mentions her luxuries and privilege and speaks of a life torn between love and duty.