Definitions for Sisterhoodˈsɪs tərˌhʊd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

sis•ter•hoodˈsɪs tərˌhʊd(n.)

  1. the state of being a sister.

  2. a group of nuns or other females bound by religious ties.

  3. an organization of women with a common interest, as for social or charitable purposes.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  4. congenial relationship among women.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  5. the community or network of women who support feminism.

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. sisterhood, sistership(noun)

    the kinship relation between a female offspring and the siblings

  2. sisterhood, sistership(noun)

    an association or society of women who are linked together by a common religion or trade or interest

  3. sisterhood(noun)

    a religious society of women who live together as sisters (especially an order of nuns)


  1. sisterhood(Noun)

    the state, or kinship of being sisters

  2. sisterhood(Noun)

    the quality of being sisterly; sisterly companionship

  3. sisterhood(Noun)

    a religious society of women

Webster Dictionary

  1. Sisterhood(noun)

    the state or relation of being a sister; the office or duty of a sister

  2. Sisterhood(noun)

    a society of sisters; a society of women united in one faith or order; sisters, collectively


  1. Sisterhood

    Sisterhood is a comedy feature film shot in London and Governors Bay, Christchurch, New Zealand and completed in 2008. It is to premiere in London's West End on 23 October 2008, followed by a theatrical release in the UK. It will appear in competition at the inaugural The Feel Good Film Festival founded by Kristen Ridgway Flores in Los Angeles between 22 - 24 August. Actors include Nicholas Ball, Maria Charles, Rory McGregor, Graham McTavish, Isabelle Defaut, Emily Corcoran, Robert Faith and Jon Gadsby. The film was directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas, written by Emily Corcoran and produced by Emily Corcoran, Tim Hart and Abi Sirokh.

Anagrams of Sisterhood

  1. diorthoses


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