sirrah

Part of speech: noun

Fellow; sir; used in contempt or annoyance.

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Usage examples "sirrah":

  1. How now, Sirrah, Who let you in? - "The Busie Body", Susanna Centlivre Commentator: Jess Byrd.
  2. Then Xanthus called sharply to Aesop: " Did I not tell you, sirrah, to provide the choicest dainties that money could procure?" - "Journeys Through Bookland V2", Charles H. Sylvester.
  3. Come, come, Sirrah, confess; you have shot one of the King's Deer, have not you? - "The Toy Shop (1735) The King and the Miller of Mansfield (1737)", Robert Dodsley.