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Millicent

[mil-uh-suh nt] /ˈmɪl ə sənt/
noun
1.
a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “work” and “strong.”.
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  • Millicent had tried most methods—and she possessed many—hitherto in vain.

    With Edged Tools Henry Seton Merriman
  • "Lady Millicent, you look pale," said Sir Ulick, as he handed her out.

  • "Something ought to be done, Guardy," Millicent Conyers said indignantly.

  • Millicent rose with a sigh, and carried her work to her room as she was bidden.

  • She was unsuspectingly accepted as Millicent Moore, and found her impersonation of that young lady not at all difficult.

  • Millicent said strength and the admiration of strength is his keynote.

  • She had decided that Millicent must not be allowed to marry Gladwyne, but she could not bring herself to denounce the man.

    The Long Portage Harold Bindloss
  • It was a faithful list of Miss Millicent's charms, so far as they were apparent to him.

    A Black Adonis Linn Boyd Porter
  • "Mother's dead," said Millicent dully; and her big eyes which had been so dull, shone suddenly bright with tears.

    Happy Pollyooly Edgar Jepson

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