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Annette

[uh-net, a-net; French a-net] /əˈnɛt, æˈnɛt; French aˈnɛt/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Anne.
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  • But, confound it, Annette, we've been calling on those people all summer.

    Cap'n Dan's Daughter Joseph C. Lincoln
  • Annette's composure, a portion of it, had returned by this time.

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  • Annette suddenly remembered that, she also was "mad" to see it.

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  • "This is to be an open meeting, Mrs. Dott," said Annette graciously.

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  • "That is Mrs. Cornish, the speaker of the evening," whispered Annette.

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