Alternative terms for "The Weird Sisters"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of The Weird Sisters

the Lady with the Lamp
the Little Corporal
the Nazarene
the Say Hey Kid
the Shiites
the Solent
the Street
the Sunnites
the Swiss
the Taal
the Tempter
the Three Weird Sisters
the Trapezium
the Triangle
the Venerable Bede
the Weird Sisters (current term)
the apple doesn't fall far from the tree
the ball is in someone's court
the bard
the bee's knees
the bends
the big six
the big sleep
the bigger they are, the harder they fall
the bigs
the bill, please
the bomb
the boot is on the other foot
the buck stops here
the calculus

Literary usage of The Weird Sisters

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1. English Prose: Selections by Henry Craik (1893)
"the Weird Sisters SHORTLY after happened a strange and uncouth wonder, which afterward was the cause of much trouble in the realm of Scotland, ..."

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