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Clarice

[klar-is, kluh-rees; French kla-rees] /ˈklær ɪs, kləˈris; French klaˈris/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Clara.
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  • "I rather incline towards cracker mottoes," said Clarice Mayfield.

  • Thou hast been too like a son to me, too like a brother to my poor Clarice.

  • For Pat and Jack to have given Clarice a part in the dance without telling me.

    The Mystery of Arnold Hall Helen M. Persons
  • "Say, I saw Clarice last night," he said in a confidential undertone.

    Jill the Reckless P. G. (Pelham Grenville) Wodehouse
  • If you really are not in her confidence—and it would not be far, certainly—surely you know Clarice well enough not to interfere.

    A Pessimist Robert Timsol
  • Toward the termination of 1702, Clarice was delivered of a daughter.

    The Conspirators Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
  • Clarice, the “black sheep,” was noisy and indiscreet, but at least she was accommodating and good-natured.

    The Mystery of Arnold Hall Helen M. Persons

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