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Fleur

[flur, floo r; French flœr] /flɜr, flʊər; French flœr/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • But he would not go without Fleur, and she was away, somewhere in the hills.

    The Whelps of the Wolf George Marsh
  • And he went to the door, with the wish to get away from her and go down to Fleur again.

  • Gladly did the Fleur de Lys pack up their traps and march back over the ground that had recently seen such stern work.

  • For the same reason, all that had been told Fleur was: "We've got a youngster staying with us."

  • But when the little maid spied a Fleur des fes, a daintily-colored anemone, her delight was beyond bounds.

    The Liberty Girl Rena I. Halsey
  • They came out where they had gone in, Fleur walking demurely.

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