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Delicia

[duh-lish-uh] /dəˈlɪʃ ə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • And they all took hands and danced round the Queen and Delicia and the good fairy, singing: "Yes, yes; we will, we will!"

    The Fairy Ring Various
  • How shall I know now whether my Delicia is being taken care of or not?

    The Fairy Ring Various
  • Then the good Fairy ran to tell the Queen, and they went together to the black dungeon where Delicia was imprisoned.

  • How shall I know now whether my Delicia is being taken care of or no?

  • So he called his guards and told them to go and fetch Delicia.

    The Fairy Ring Various
  • Lady Bracondale deplored the ways of many of the set she was obliged to move in—Delicia Harrowfield, for instance.

    Beyond The Rocks Elinor Glyn
  • Then the good fairy ran to tell the Queen, and they went together to the black dungeon where Delicia was imprisoned.

    The Fairy Ring Various
  • A small green mound beneath the chestnut tree marked the grave of the fond Delicia—a tribute to Tommy's skill.

    Tommy Wideawake H. H. Bashford
  • Last of all walked Delicia, who was so beautiful that it was nothing short of marvelous.

    The Fairy Ring Various
  • Delicia's successor looked up from her saucer on the rug, and the "Morning Post" slipped from the poet's nerveless grasp.

    Tommy Wideawake H. H. Bashford

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