Common misspellings for sister:
squiter, soccastee, vister, systme, diaster, sesed, zester, sisne, sfsdf, dasaster, sisative, citter, seista, distor, disastor, syste, systm, sistyer, disester, systers, sighter, sistom, isster, siezed, sisnter, semiester, semster, sustomer, sitte, sised, hesisate, hesiste, 2sisters, sisscor, sissters, sizteen, mysister, diasater, sisten, sistre, semseter, soter, dsaster, socieety, simister, visiter, systim, systum, lecister, seisweet, disaater, sisterr, visistor, sistr, soiciety, systerm, seester, singstar, cisty, somester, sisiters, systen, syustem, simster, sissers, siste, sistern, sistym, cester, stste, socioety, sinnister, sasiety, socitey, sumester, sercert, sisster, sisnt, deasister, sissey, societe, systed, spiter, sisteen, sitse, simester, siesure, sosiety, suset, msised, sisytem, susnet, sdessert, sirte, socety, siter, scisser, ciost, sitster, sosaiety, seimester, systes, vistier, misister, sisier, sesmeter, sitew, socieite, ssister, cytser, sfter, sissor, saster, syestem, siete, cistomer, sesmter, disster, socetiy, disater, sasitfy, system32, syster, sosciety, secityu, sestem, sustom, susoect, sitee, sistar, sisn't, ister, sociuety, sociotey, cistic, sistem, siteseer, seiser, siiter, hister, symester, sisted, suisde, systemm, bsister, siser, desasater, cystern, desaster, societey, liester, sixtee, isteh, secet, sstar, sisor, siester, senister, sisle, systema, ssiter, semister, sitea, scisor, sustem, systhem, ssite, sisther, shister, ssters, syston, sizer, sistes, sysgtem, sfoter, sisiter, sinster, sysemt, syistem, sysrtem, synister, siystem, solisiter, ciustomer, secetery, systmem, suseed, sinester, scitter, symmester, smester, sysmtem, bistor, ssist, solistor, sosaity, syvester, siite, synster, suiter, sixtey, syastem, desastar, sistuion, ststue, systeem, sisers, sosity, sizied, sisaster, sisser, sysmte, sestom, histor, stister, vsist, systle, system1, systom, socitiey, sustody, asisde, sists, sisister, sicety, sysyetm, sisue, semeseter, deisaster, siciety, seemster, sistars, sinsiter, qester, sista, hesistae, siister, sistere, disastar, desester, summester, sisth, systern, seised, leciceter, siffter, soicety, soister, sixety, cistom, sster, ststae, dissater, suster, assistor, lister, ceised, desasiter, diaaster, dizaster, sistal, leister, leicester, secetry, secstor, sizier, sistter, sitser, sister's, susters, sasitiy, socisty, sosicty, susaite, suisydele, sustai, swstika, susytem, suysten, aister, zister, xister, wister, sjster, skster, s9ster, s8ster, siater, sizter, sixter, sieter, siwter, sisrer, sisfer, sisger, sisyer, sis6er, sis5er, sistwr, sistsr, sistdr, sistrr, sist4r, sist3r, sistee, sistef, sistet, siste5, siste4, asister, saister, zsister, szister, xsister, sxister, dsister, sdister, seister, wsister, swister, suister, siuster, sjister, sijster, skister, sikster, sioster, s9ister, si9ster, s8ister, si8ster, siaster, sisater, sizster, siszter, sixster, sisxter, sidster, sisdter, siseter, siwster, siswter, sisrter, sistrer, sisfter, sistfer, sisgter, sistger, sisyter, sis6ter, sist6er, sis5ter, sist5er, sistwer, sistewr, sistser, sistesr, sistder, sistedr, sist4er, siste4r, sist3er, siste3r, sisteer, sisterd, sistefr, sisterf, sistetr, sistert, siste5r, sister5, sister4, sisetr, 3ister, sister, qister, smster, si3ter, siqter, sis4er, sisder, sisper, sisver, sistur, sistmr, sistgr, siste2, sisteb, sistez, sistev, sistep, sayester, seyester, s ister, si ster, sis ter, sist er, siste r.
Definition of sister:
- One of the same kind, or of the same condition; -- generally used adjectively; as, sister fruits.
- To be sister to; to resemble closely.
- a female person who is a fellow member of a sorority or labor union or other group; " none of her sisters would betray her"
- ( Roman Catholic) a title given to a nun ( and used as a form of address); " the Sisters taught her to love God"
- sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women
- ( Roman Catholic Church) a title given to a nun ( and used as a form of address); " the Sisters taught her to love God"
- A female who has the same parents with another person, or who has one of them only. In the latter case, she is more definitely called a half sister. The correlative of brother.
- A woman who is closely allied to, or assocciated with, another person, as in the sdame faith, society, order, or community.
- One of the same kind, or of the same condition; - generally used adjectively; as, sister fruits.
- A female born of the same parents as another person; a woman of the same religious society, order, or community; nun: half sister, a female having one parent in common with another person.
- A female born of the same parents: a female closely allied to or associated with another.
- Female born of the same parents, or belonging to the same association.
- A woman or girl allied by some association, as a nun.
- A female born of the same parents as another; a female fellow- Christian; a female of the same society, as a nun; one of the same kind.
- A female born of the same parents- the male is called a brother; a woman of the same faith or of the same society.