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A sibling is one of two or more individuals having one or both parents in common. A full sibling .... Another definition of an ex-stepsibling is "someone who was previously the stepchild of one's parent". This definition is more broad because it  ...

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Sibling definition is - sib; also : one of two or more individuals having one common parent. How to use sibling in a sentence.

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As many as 5 out of every 1,000 babies born shared a womb with their sibling. While cute and adorable are some starter words to use when welcoming new ...

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sibling. A sibling is your brother or sister. It's that simple. The word sibling once meant anyone who is related to you, but now it's reserved for children of the same  ...

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1903, modern revival of Old English sibling (“relative, a relation, kinsman”), equivalent to sib + -ling. Compare Middle English sib, sibbe (“relative; kinsman”) , ...

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Top definition ... Sibling rivalry is common among siblings. ... In general, younger siblings are slightly more annoying than older ones, although in general older ...

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sibling definition: The definition of a sibling is a person who shares the same parents as you. (noun) An example of a sibling is the little boy born to your mother ...

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The term "vertical" refers, of course, to factors transmitted from one generation to the next (in distinction from peer and sibling influences, for example).

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Define sibling. sibling synonyms, sibling pronunciation, sibling translation, English dictionary definition of sibling. n. One of two or more individuals having one or ...