Obsolete Mister; fellow. Used as a contemptuous form of address.(noun)
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Use "sirrah" in a sentence
"You should see some of OUR outfits before you knock biker shorts, sirrah."
"Then, louder, she added in what was almost a roar, “Stand aside, sirrah!”"
"To talk of dragons, sirrah, living ones, in the court of King Kenneret Death-of-Dragons, is to talk treason."