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Eustacia

[yoo-stey-shuh] /yuˈsteɪ ʃə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • The subtle beauties of the heath were lost to Eustacia; she only caught its vapours.

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  • There was a certain obscurity in Eustacia's beauty, and Venn's eye was not trained.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • It had appreciably influenced Wildeve, but it was influencing Eustacia far more.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • Eustacia stepped a little out of the foot-track to let them pass.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • Eustacia's features went through a rhythmical succession of them.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • That night was an eventful one to Eustacia's brain, and one which she hardly ever forgot.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • But amid the circumstances of Eustacia's life it was as wonderful as a dream could be.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • The lads and men prepared to leave the premises, and Eustacia returned to her fireside.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • Eustacia heard him, and opening the door into the passage said, "Charley, come here."

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • Charley departed, and Eustacia felt more and more interest in life.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy

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