- a female given name, form of Cynthia.
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Examples from the Web for cindy
His works even have links to contemporary artists working in similar modes, such as feminist photographer Cindy Sherman.The Making—and Remaking—of David Bowie
September 23, 2014
Called my friends Cindy and Gary and they came over and we put steaks on the grill and smoked cigars and got drunk.Toledo: The Town Too Tough for Toxic Water
P. J. O’Rourke
August 4, 2014
After several rounds of Facebook deletions, Cindy Starfall continues to try her luck.
Despite the constant rejection Cindy remains adamant about maintaining her user status.
Afraid to lose her account over a simple shot of short shorts, Cindy strives to follow the invisible rules for adult entertainers.
From the hall he saw old Aunt Cindy waddling about in the dining room.Frank of Freedom Hill
Samuel A. Derieux
The other big sister had to stay at home with her mother and little Cindy, who's sick.A Knight of the Cumberland
John Fox Jr.
"She doesn't care," said Cindy, who was not at all sure just what Mother would say.
The dog charged angrily in, bowling Cindy over in the process.
Cindy cut slices from a side of bacon and arranged the tableware.
Word Origin and History for cindy
fem. proper name, often a familiar or diminutive form of Cynthia, but as a name in its own right among the top 100 for girls born in the U.S. c.1953-1973.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper