Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sire. (verb)
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Use "sires" in a sentence
"Our sires were the minster builders who wrought themselves unknown"
"The demi-gods are they that were born of earthly women, but their sires are the elder gods who walked of old among men."
"It is with reason that these thinkers have been called the sires of German speculation; for in them we trace the origin of an independent German philosophy, nay, the germs of many celebrated systems developed five centuries later on, in some cases fully outspoken in these early thinkers."