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Carmela

or Carmella

[kahr-mel-uh] /kɑrˈmɛl ə/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Carmel.
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  • Carmela was podgy, but she might lace or not just as she pleased.

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  • “I never know what will please you,” Carmela said as she sat down.

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  • “It is a pity,” sighed Carmela as she moved towards the door.

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  • “I looked out of your bedroom window as I could not get into her room,” whispered Carmela.

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  • Off with your clothes, compare, and we will soon have a fine frittura for Carmela.

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