[ey-dree-en, -uh n; French a-dree-en]
- a female given name: derived from Adrian.
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Examples from the Web for adrienne
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Adrienne Rich, 82 (May 16, 1929, to March 27, 2012) One of the most influential poets of our time.
We look back and remember the many authors who died this year, from Gore Vidal to Nora Ephron, from Ray Bradbury to Adrienne Rich.
His appeal to Adrienne for forgiveness for his absence was one that he had to make to others.Lafayette
Martha Foote Crow
Adrienne worshipped her and, naturally, cant see the absurdity.
But after all its not so bad as if Adrienne were a Dissenter and wanted to go to chapel!
The only thing that was reassuring was to reflect on his impressions of Adrienne.
Adrienne had not any air of fearing dullness or of being in need of assistance.