- 1A person’s sister-in-law: I think you should tell your SIL that you found her comments upsettingMore example sentences
- Quite frankly, I think your SIL should grow up and get over herself.
- I told my SIL if she were to go through the operation I would take time off work to look after her and her children.
- My nephew has more toys, books and clothes than he needs, and my SIL can find them at better prices than I can anyway.
- 2A person’s son-in-law: my SIL lives in the UK with our DD and their sonMore example sentences
- As a reward for helping with the kids, my wonderful SIL and DD took me to Menton's for dinner the night before I left.
- Your SIL and DD should take some parenting classes.
- My SiL is in full-time employment and is back living with his mother.
More definitions of SILDefinition of SIL in:
- The US English dictionary