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Cleo

[klee-oh] /ˈkli oʊ/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • "We have such a time with meals—never can get folks together," said Cleo, hastily jumping in to her blouse and skirt.

  • As he spoke he looked at Cleo again, and her eyes and lips gleamed at him strangely.

    Cleo The Magnificent Louis Zangwill
  • That there were difficulties he could not help knowing, for Cleo was at no pains to conceal the fact.

    Cleo The Magnificent Louis Zangwill
  • Morgan wondered if Ingram had included Cleo in his "confession."

    Cleo The Magnificent Louis Zangwill
  • Cleo reclined on the same couch, robed in a terra-cotta gown which Morgan recognised at once.

    Cleo The Magnificent Louis Zangwill

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