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Bridey

[brahy-dee] /ˈbraɪ di/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Bridget.
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  • They weren't armed, though, so Bridey couldn't be turning into anything dangerous.

    Once a Greech Evelyn E. Smith
  • "But I didn't take over," Bridey the Herringbone said complacently.

    Once a Greech Evelyn E. Smith
  • Bridey's laugh rang through the ship, setting the loose parts quivering.

    Once a Greech Evelyn E. Smith
  • Bridey talked so much like Harkaway's book that Iversen was almost relieved when, a few hours later, the alien died.

    Once a Greech Evelyn E. Smith
  • As they went up to the rooms Helen whispered: Dont you feel kind of Bridey?

    Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie Alice B. Emerson
  • This was proved several years ago when the "Bridey Murphy" craze gripped the country.

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