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siblinged (not comparable)
- (rare) Having a sibling or siblings.
- 2007 June 3, Tina Kelley, “Company for an Only Child, and for Parents, Peace of Mind”, in New York Times:
- Only children also have a slight advantage in terms of vocabulary and math readiness over their siblinged counterparts, though “by the time they’re 25 or so, it’s pretty much dissipated,” according to Toni L. Falbo, a psychology professor at the University of Texas at Austin who has studied only children for decades.