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Freda

[free-duh, fred-uh] /ˈfri də, ˈfrɛd ə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Effie kept her promise, and went as governess to little Freda Harvey for a time, but only for a time.

  • The said Miss Marshall was handing the sugar, while Freda was pouring out the tea.

    That Stick Charlotte M. Yonge
  • "Anthony will never betray his friends," spoke Freda beneath her breath, a wave of colour flooding her face.

    For the Faith Evelyn Everett-Green
  • Every little girl had some boast to make, that is, every little girl but Freda.

  • However, Freda tried to take her as she was, and to feel thankful that she was no worse.

    Gladys, the Reaper Anne Beale
  • Freda did not go to the graveyard the next day, although it was a holiday.

  • From either side they looked at each other—Freda with a wondering perplexity, Derrick with a dull grinding pain at his heart.

  • The lady gave a little start when she saw Freda with her can of water.

  • Freda was conscious of this, and accordingly devoted herself more energetically to her drawing.

    Gladys, the Reaper Anne Beale

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