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Ginny

[jin-ee] /ˈdʒɪn i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Virginia or Genevieve.
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  • Gyp had yelled with the others, so had Ginny Cox, who had come back into the room.

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  • Ginny Cox, spying Jerry from across the room, bolted to her.

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  • Not one of them believed that she had the nerve to accept Ginny Cox's "dare."

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  • Gradually it was whispered about that Ginny Cox had done it.

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  • "We might have known that," several laughed, thinking Ginny very clever.

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