Whereupon the valiant better half of him who was being beaten to death called out cheerily, "Don't let him scare you, sym!"
And in every movement and in every gesture and tone she sym bolized the ecstasy of life.
symphys′ia, a malformation produced by the union of parts properly separate; sym′phytism, a coalescence of word-elements.
The small shop containing the post-office at Duck Brook was kept by Mrs. sym, who sold sweetstuff, also tapes and cottons.
sym and Barron were citizen burgesses of Edinburgh, and zealous friends of the Reformer.
The waters of the sym, whose windings they followed, gurgled over their stones almost as quietly as in summer.
sym bi o' sis, an association of two animals which is mutually helpful.
Variant of syn-.