Short and plump, with a dimpled chin, Griselda Blanco might have been the grandmother next door.
Griselda Blanco, a.k.a. the ‘Queen of Cocaine,’ was shot to death in Colombia this week.
Boccaccio's Griselda has nothing to be compared to those degrees in feeling and tenderness.
Olliver is ordering Griselda to be saddled and brought across at once.
Nay, Griselda, I will not permit such a possibility to enter my head, or wake a sorrowful echo in my heart.
But Ambition and Death remained as guests in Griselda's household.
Her heart at the present moment was not quite satisfied at the state of affairs with reference to Griselda.
"Thank you, Aunt Grizzel," said Griselda, going on with her bread and milk.
Griselda, there is now one plain and manifest duty before youI lay it as my dying charge on you and Katharine.
It was made in the shape of a temple, or a palace—Griselda was not sure which.
fem. proper name, from Italian, from German Grishilda, from Old High German grisja hilda, literally "gray battle-maid." The English form, Grisilde, provided Chaucer's Grizel, the name of the meek, patient wife in the Clerk's Tale, the story and the name both from Boccaccio.